Credit scores should be viewed as a person's financial report card. Each credit score given by the three credit bureaus is simply an assessment of your financial ranking as a consumer. Credit scores are important because these numbers determine how much interest you will pay when obtaining credit cards and installment loans. Credit scores are also used by insurance companies to determine eligibility and rates, and by potential employers. Here's how to fix your score in four steps that take less than a day.
"Putting My Money Where My Mouth Is" is a journal about real life experiences and answers to tough tax questions posed to Jéneen R. Perkins, Owner of Eclat Enterprises, LLC