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Need to fix your credit score?

Tuesday, May 28, 2019
Have you seen our new video with Jim Keaty (https://www.keatyrealestate.com/) at Keaty Real Estate (https://www.keatyrealestate.com/) in Lafayette, LA? ( https://www.keatyrealestateblog.com/blog/need-to-fix-your-credit-score) "Not only what your credit is but where do you want to be to get the best rates? Carl and Allyson are here to help out with that. Tell us a little bit ..

Top 10 credit mistakes

Monday, February 04, 2019
Top 10 credit mistakes Written by: Rising Point Solutions Regional Manager, Houston - Matt Brouse (http://www.risingpointsolutions.com/staff-profiles/matt-brouse) Credit can be straight forward in some respects and completely confusing in others, especially when you are looking online, and you get multiple answers for the same question. We have compiled a list of the 10 mo ..

Why is it so Difficult for Millennials to Save?

Wednesday, December 05, 2018
Americans are not very good at saving money. CNBC shows that over 57% of Americans have less than $1,000 in their savings accounts. What’s even worse, only 46% of Millennials have any savings at all. The story isn’t as dire as it seems. There are many Millennials who are financially savvy. A survey released by Bank of America found that one in six Millennials have over $100,00 ..

Benefits to hiring a credit repair company

Wednesday, October 17, 2018
As American consumers are facing job losses, the health of the economy is becoming more questionable. Job loss is the primary cause of bad credit, especially in cases where employees could not find a suitable replacement. Bad credit can be detrimental in more ways than one. Fortunately, there are ways to reverse the effects of bad credit without spending a lot of money or going further in ..

Why Did My Credit Score Drop?

Wednesday, August 15, 2018
An airline credit card with an insane rewards program was released recently and you just have to have it. Or, the apartment of your dreams just popped up on Padmapper and you need your name on the callbox, like, yesterday. So –– naturally –– you use one of your free annual credit checks through Experian, Equifax, or TransUnion to check up on things, and suddenly you find yo ..

Don't Let Your Credit Score Drop

Wednesday, February 22, 2017
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How to manage paying off those holiday purchases

Wednesday, February 01, 2017
This is the kind of hangover that can really cause some damage. It’s a little over a month since Christmas Day, and New Jersey residents are facing the bill for all the holiday gifts and entertainment they may have purchased with the simple swipe of a credit card. Known in the industry as the holiday debt hangover, credit experts say it’s important for consumers to addres ..

Men or Women, Who Has a Better Credit Score?

Wednesday, April 06, 2016
It’s a statistic you’ve heard a lot: Women only earn about 79 cents for every dollar men make. But even though men make more money, they’re not necessarily managing it better than women do. On average, men have more debt than women, according to a recent analysis from credit bureau Experian. They also have lower average credit scores. Income has no direct impact on  ..

5 Occasions It's okay To Close A Credit Card

Wednesday, March 30, 2016
Conventional wisdom says that you should never close a credit card account unless you have an overwhelmingly pressing reason to do so. It's true that closing an account can hurt your credit. If you close an old account, it can shorten your credit history, which can then lower your overall credit score. Also, closing an account means that you have less credit available, so the balances you  ..

Why your credit score is even more important in 2016?

Wednesday, January 20, 2016
You may already know that your credit scores are very important -- primarily because lenders will use a credit score to determine whether or not they'll lend you money via an auto loan, credit card or mortgage, and how much interest they'll charge on what you borrow. What you may not realize is that this year, those three-digit numbers will be even more important. Why? Well, back in December, ..

 

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