Whether we know it or not—or like it or not—a credit scorecard is always being kept on us. It affects whether we can get that loan, buy that car, get a mortgage—even get that good job. A good score can help us lower the cost of borrowing, lower our insurance rates and make us more attractive to all sorts of companies and institutions. Let’s find out what your score is today.
Improving your credit takes time. Beware of any advice that claims to improve your score fast. There is no quick way to fix a credit score. Don’t listen to anyone who claims otherwise.
Our counselors have 50-years of non-profit expertise behind them. They’ll help you without judgment and with total support for your long-term success. And while the plan we recommend may take some time, most times we can get it all rolling in one meeting or even with one phone conversation.
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