Building a strong credit score takes time and effort
Whether it was bad luck, bad decisions, or bad advice, a bad credit score is going to damage your financial fitness and affect your ability to access credit, rent an apartment, or even get a job.
And it gets worse – there is no silver bullet for fixing your credit score. Ignore the online ads claiming to fix your score easily and cheaply. The only solution is time and effort on your part.
Consolidated Credit’s Jacob MacDonald submitted a guest post to Lesley-Anne Scorgie’s financial blog about why your credit score is important, and how you can fix it if it has been damaged.
To read the article, click here.