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How To Get A Perfect Credit Score Of 850

You already know how important credit scores are. A good score can save you hundreds if not thousands of dollars. If you want to raise your credit score, why not aim for the stars and try and get a perfect score of 850? Credit scores take time and patience to build, which is why it is imperative to set a concrete…

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from Money Talks News

Ask Stacy: Will Paying Old Debts Improve My Credit Score?

Here's the skinny on how to get any kind of negative items removed from your credit report.

from eHow

How to Buy a House With Bad Credit & No Down Payment

How to Buy a House With Bad Credit & No Down Payment | eHow

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from Money Talks News

8 Little-Known Ways to Raise Your Credit Score

Ask an Expert: Should I Close My Old Credit Cards? | Money Talks News

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from The Crazy Craft Lady

Printable (and Customizable) Play Credit Cards

Printable (and Customizable!) PLay Credit Cards - Make a play wallet with customized cards for your child.

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from Live Like You Are Rich

How to Build an Excellent Credit Score

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from Slap Dash Mom

How I Raised My Credit Score by 200 Points (And Mistakes I Made Along the Way)

Used these tips and took my mom's debt from $7,800 to $1,700 with one phone call! How I Raised My Credit Score by 200 Points (And Mistakes I Made Along the Way)

from Slap Dash Mom

How I Raised My Credit Score by 200 Points (And Mistakes I Made Along the Way)

How I Raised My Credit Score by 200 Points, real world idea s and tips to raise your credit score while on a limited budget. PIN NOW USE LATER

from Forbes

The Sweeping Changes That Could Raise Your Credit Score

Under a major overhaul by the credit bureaus announced Monday, unpaid medical bills will be treated differently and errors on your credit report could become easier to fix. The changes, applauded by consumer advocates, come as a result of an agreement between the big three credit bureaus, Experian, Equifax and TransUnion, and New York Attorney General Eric [...]

from Fabulessly Frugal

How to Improve Your Credit Score

Want to Know How to Raise Your Credit Score?