A big financial problem is an emotional as well as a monetary burden. Plenty of people feel so terrible about their financial problems and so uncertain about their money that they go into deep denial, refusing to think or work on their financial problems. This will only make the problem worse. print
Big, bad problems can happen to you such as bankruptcies, divorces, lawsuits, non-payment of taxes. These are big problems that can affect your credit score in a big way. If you have faced a large problem that has ruined your credit, you need to take action fast and work consistently to boost your FICO score.
Many inquiries look bad on your credit report, but more than that you likely want to know who can see your personal financial information, now that you know that your personal information is stored in a credit report. If you sign a document with a lender or apply for credit online, you can be sure […]
A lot of folks have some trouble spots on their credit report, but that doesn’t mean they can’t be resolved! The best thing to do when dealing with errors is to be proactive. Contact each of the three major credit bureaus, TransUnion, Equifax, and Experian, and get copies of your credit reports. Carefully read over the […]
Maybe you’re fresh out of college and starting a new job or you’ve been struggling since leaving college to land a job and finally, mercifully, you have landed one. Either way, you are embarking on your future, free as the wind and feeling like the world is your oyster. Finally you will be earning your […]
This week’s credit tip may seem obvious, but it’s often overlooked. Many people think that they’ll get to it eventually, but it’s really one of the first steps you need to take. Simply paying your bills on time is one of the best ways to improve your credit score. This is absurdly simple, but it […]