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5 Ways to Boost Your Credit Score

Fixing your credit score can be very stressful at times and it feels like it’s never ending where the bills keep piling in and it seems like you’re making no progress. While most people tend to just give up and declare Bankruptcy, there are many ways you can fix your credit score and start off where you started when you first grabbed your first Credit Card.

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[18 Mar 2017 | 2 Comments | 5,484 views]
How to Settle Medical Bill Debts

In the past several years, medical debt has become more burdensome for many families. So much so that medical bills have become a major cause of personal bankruptcy. It’s not that people have no health insurance. Many individuals who cite medical debt as the cause of their bankruptcy were actually covered under a health insurance plan at the time the medical expenses were incurred. The problem is that certain medical expenses are often uncovered. Debt settlement may be an alternative to bankruptcy for dealing with your medical expenses.

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[14 Mar 2017 | One Comment | 15,220 views]
5 Costly Credit Card Mistakes

Let’s face it, there are certain situations in which you need a credit card. For example, at many places it is impossible to rent a car without a credit card. Booking a hotel, renting a car or buying an airline ticket online is virtually impossible without a credit card.

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[14 Mar 2017 | One Comment | 2,722 views]
Get Your FICO Score for Free

So, what is a FICO Score? It’s a number that is formulated based on your credit history helping lenders evaluate your credit risk. Your FICO Score is used to determine credit offers and interest rates — and now it’s free for you to view.

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[12 Mar 2017 | One Comment | 4,520 views]
Rebuild Credit With a Wells Fargo Secured Credit Card

The Wells Fargo Secured Card has a few restrictions on eligibility. If you have declared bankruptcy within the past 12 months or have any unsettled liens, you won’t qualify. Interestingly, you only need to be 18 to qualify unless you live in Alabama (where you have to be 19) or in Mississippi or Puerto Rico (where you have to be 21).