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[28 Apr 2017 | One Comment | 1,904 views]
How to Negotiate a Debt Settlement

Debt settlements are where the debt collection agency or creditor agrees to take a lesser amount than what is actually owed in order to eliminate the debt. It is very useful for paying off old debts for less money than what is owed and can save hundreds of dollars when it comes to paying off the debt.

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[23 Apr 2017 | No Comment | 837 views]
How to Dispute Credit Report Errors With the Credit Bureaus

The three credit reporting bureaus deal with a substantial amount of information daily. As a result, mistakes can occur on your credit report. By requesting and reviewing the free annual credit reports from each of the credit reporting bureaus, you can be on the lookout for errors that may exist on your report.

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[15 Apr 2017 | One Comment | 1,794 views]
Filing Bankruptcy Requires a Credit Counseling Certificate

One of the pre-filing requirements involves obtaining a certificate of successful completion of credit counseling with a government approved counseling agency. The counseling can take place up to six months prior to filing. If time is of the essence in filing for bankruptcy protection and you have not completed the counseling sessions, this can cause delays and problems so don’t wait until the last minute.

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[6 Apr 2017 | No Comment | 1,495 views]
5 Credit Repair Tips That Will Fix Your Credit Report and Credit Score Now!

Today having good credit reflected in your credit report is important in every financial situation you find yourself in as you probably know and knowing a few tips about credit repair can solve a lot of your credit problems. In our world credit determines just how much interest you’ll end up paying on your house, car, truck, etc.

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[6 Apr 2017 | No Comment | 742 views]
What is a Good Mix of Credit to Increase a Credit Score?

Having a “Good Mix of Credit” is basically ten percent of your FICO score – so what does that mean exactly? Contrary to popular belief, it does not mean that you should have an AMEX, Visa, MasterCard, and Discover Card. Instead it means that you should have different types of credit lines open to improve your credit score.