Article originally published September 1st, 2016. Updated October 29th, 2018.Â Itâs a common question around these parts:Â how do I fix my credit?Â And, while credit scores do have a lot of nuances, the answer is actually pretty straightforward: pay all your bills by their due dates, keep your debt levels low, add a mix of accounts… Read More
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When it comes to excuses consumers give for their poor credit scores, banks and lenders have heard it all.Â Maybe you lost your job and couldnât pay your student loan payment for a few months.Â Or perhaps you thought youâd gotten a deferment but were too busy job hunting to find out for sure.Â Maybe you […]
If you love to shop, you can use yourÂ fashion sense toÂ build or even rebuild your credit. Store-branded credit cardsÂ are some of theÂ easiest cardsÂ to qualify for and are often extended to those who haveÂ bad credit because they have lower criteria than traditional credit cards. Using them, especially if you’re loyal to a particular store, can bring… Read More
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If your credit needs rehabilitation due to late payments, accounts in collections or other negative items, it might be time to rebuild. Rebuilding your credit requires an understanding of your current situation, identifying past mistakes and implementing the right strategies going forward. Wise use of a credit card is one way to start. Surprising, right?… Read More
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