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What You Can Do To Improve Your Credit

What You Can Do To Improve Your Credit

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If you are sitting under mounds of debt and have no clue how to get out, you have come to the right place. 716 more words

Credit Repair

HOW TO GET CREDIT REPORTING AGENCIES TO REMOVE BAD CREDIT!

According to the National Consumer Law Center, the credit reporting agencies rarely have a human being read credit report disputes. Most disputes are scanned by computers and the responses are generated by a computer. 242 more words

Credit Scores

Find Your Credit Score

As young adults, people are not focused on their credit scores as much as adults are. Understanding the meaning of credit score is essential because without knowing what it means to obtain a score would be pointless. 487 more words

How To Build Credit From Nothing- A Lender's Perspective

As a previous personal and business lender, I have seen many high school students about to run off to college, or a college student lucky enough to have the ability to make it through school without any student loans…good for you! 967 more words

Debt

CALLING ALL ENTREPRENEURS!

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BUSINESS!!!

Budding entrepreneurs find themselves in a corner when they learn that their bad credit is keeping them from achieving their goals. Business loans and lines of credit are essential for businesses to thrive. 140 more words

Credit Scores

Will You Be Mortgage Free At 60 Years Old ?

Equifax, the online credit information provider, has revealed that research commissioned by themselves has found over a third (36%) of current homeowners are expecting to be older than they had originally expected to be by the time their mortgage was repaid in full, with most believing (23%) they will be between 61 to 65 years old. 367 more words

Articles Relating To Debt Issues

Better Credit Scores = Lower Interest Rates

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HOUSES, CARS & CREDIT CARDS!

When you raise your credit score with us at the Better Credit Boutique, you get benefits associated with  127 more words

Credit Scores