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Improve my Credit Score

In these trying financial times, it is often asked: “How do I improve my credit score?” The answer is simple AND complicated. Your credit score is a crucial number, used by finance companies and banks to determine (along with other information) whether or not you are a good credit risk. A poor credit score is an indicator that you might not pay back your loan on time or at all, and they are not necessarily in the business of giving money away for nothing.
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Credit Repair After Bankruptcy

Once you've filed for bankruptcy, you might think that your credit is ruined forever. The good news is that's simply not true. Bankruptcy only remains on your credit report for 10 years, and during that time there are a lot of things that you can do to help improve your credit score. Even with a bankruptcy on your credit, after a few years (often three) you can qualify for a mortgage. You can also generally get a car sooner than that, and start qualifying for credit cards again. Some companies start sending out pre-approved, secured credit cards offers to people almost as soon as the ink is dry on the bankruptcy discharge papers.
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