If you’ve ever read the Quizzle blog before, you’ve probably seen any number of articles reminding readers how important credit…
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If you do a little research online, you may find that a lot of folks with excellent credit have many open credit accounts. Does this mean, if you only have a few credit accounts, that you need to start opening new accounts to achieve your true credit score potential? Bill Rice explores the question and explains why it might not be wise to draw that conclusion.
Find out what habits those with excellent credit scores have and what you need to do to achieve your own true credit score potential.
Discussions about credit improvement often focus on the dos. However, in many cases, the don’ts are just as important. Find out what don’ts you may be doing and how these actions may be negatively impacting your credit score.
A credit score can be your worst enemy or your best protector in a tough economy, but regardless, it will always be by your side. Learning how to manage your credit behavior to get your highest possible credit score is your best protection in hard financial times.
Improve your credit by first getting a copy of your free credit report now. Then read up on how to map out your plan for improvement.
As your average 30-something, I’ve been in debt, I’ve struggled to pay my bills and I’ve never had a substantial income to bail me out. But, the one thing I do have (now, anyway), is a credit score of 808. And I’m here to tell you my secrets.
Let’s face it, we’ve all been there. You’ve enjoyed a fun and indulgent spending spree, and yes, you charged everything to your credit card. One month and many blissful purchases later, you find yourself facing a huge credit card bill. You don’t have the money to pay for it, so you pay the minimum balance due. This is dangerous, and in many cases, can cost you your credit score – and ultimately your financial future. Find out how to redeem yourself – and your credit score – after a spending spree.
Having a good credit score is like having the world’s best coupon book for all of life’s major financial transactions. Not only will it open doors for you to qualify for things like mortgages, auto loans, private student loans and credit cards, but the better your credit score is, the better the “deal” you’ll get – and that all translates to more money in your pocket. Here are five ways to improve your credit score so you access the best deals on life’s largest purchases.