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Three simple ways to boost your credit score

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Three simple ways to boost your credit score! Boosting your credit score takes time and responsible financial management.

Here are three simple ways to help improve your credit score:

Pay Your Bills on Time

Payment history is one of the most significant factors affecting your credit score. It’s important to consistently pay your bills on time. This demonstrates responsible financial behavior and can have a positive impact on your credit score.

Pro Tip: Set up reminders or automatic payments to ensure you never miss a due date.

Reduce Credit Card Balances

Your credit utilization ratio (which is the amount of credit you’re using compared to your total available credit)  is another crucial factor in your credit score. Aim to keep your credit card balances low, ideally below 30% of your credit limit.

Consider paying down high-interest credit card debt or transferring balances to cards with lower interest rates to make it easier to reduce your balances.

Regularly Review Your Credit Report

Obtain free copies of your credit reports from the three major credit bureaus (Experian, Equifax, and TransUnion) annually and review them for errors or inaccuracies. Credit Karma is a free tool that is helpful as well!

Dispute any inaccuracies you find on your credit report with the respective credit bureau to have them corrected. Accurate reporting is essential for a healthy credit score.

Additionally, you can also consider other strategies like diversifying your credit mix by having different types of credit accounts (e.g., credit cards, installment loans) and refraining from opening too many new credit accounts at once, as each hard inquiry can temporarily lower your score.

Remember that improving your credit score takes time and patience! Be consistent in practicing good financial habits, and your credit score will gradually improve over time.

Some lenders also assist with credit repair and guidance. If you have any questions, or need to speak to a lender, please don’t hesitate to reach out!

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