Category: Credit Repair
Paying Taxes on a Repossession

Borrowers having problems paying their car loans should call the lender and explain their situation. Not only is repossession is a black mark on their credit reports – often preventing them from getting a car loan for at least a year, it could end up costing them hundreds if not thousands of dollars in taxes owed to the government.

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How Can I Build My Credit from No Credit?

If you’ve never had a loan or credit card, your credit history is likely blank. To begin building your credit, you need to open a line of credit and make on time payments.

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Should I Use a Credit Repair Organization?

Credit Repair Organizations or CROs, can be a dangerous trap that often leaves your credit and your finances in a worse condition than when you first came to them.

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How can I Build My Credit Score Fast?

Rebuilding your credit score is something that everyone with bad credit eagerly desires to do. Unfortunately there is no quick fix to the issue; it takes effort and time.

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Bad Credit and Rental Payments

The new ResidentCredit program from TransUnion is a step in the right direction as it has the potential to help millions of

consumers with problem credit expand their credit history as well as raise their credit scores. We only wish the program embraced all renters – not just those living in complexes with 100 or more units.

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More Good Karma for your Credit

While it’s still not perfect, one free credit score is better than none at all and it should give borrowers an idea of where they stand, credit-wise. Adding the ability to view credit reports at any time makes an even stronger case for consumers to sign up with Credit Karma.

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Understanding the Three Types of Credit

It’s not only important that consumers not only understand the different types of credit, but also the ways in which they can reestablish credit if they’ve experienced problems with any type in the past.

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