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Posted on 15 Sep 2011 | 7,753 views
Raise Your FICO Score 50 Points in 72 Hours

Your credit score can have a major impact on your life. Not only do creditors typically check your score when deciding whether or not to approve your application and what interest rate to charge you if you are approved, but landlords, insurance companies, and even employers often check it as well.

Credit Repair »

Posted on 4 Sep 2011 | 3,827 views
Removing Bankruptcies and Foreclosures From Your Credit Report

Having a foreclosure on your credit report is like dropping a bomb on your credit score — almost cutting it in half in some instances. Your FICO Score will take a big hit that could remain on there for as much as seven years.

Rebuilding Credit »

Posted on 4 Sep 2011 | 4,607 views
Protecting Your Credit Score if you get Divorced

Divorce decrees do not relieve either party of joint financial responsibility. The purpose of divorce is to split off emotionally, and financially, from your ex-spouse. If you aren’t careful, your ex-spouse’s handling of your once-joint credit accounts can haunt your “FICO Score” and “Credit Rating” for years. If you had joint debts which existed before your divorce, and these accounts are not both paid off and closed, you are just asking for trouble.