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5 Quick Steps
To a Better Credit Score

Learn how to manage your credit score
and improve your creditworthiness

Think of your credit score as a picture of your credit risk. This picture reflects your risk at a specific point in time. A picture does not change; however, when you take another one, you will probably look a little different. Similarly, when your credit information changes, your score will also change to reflect the updated information.

There are steps you can take to ensure that each time a new credit picture is taken, it shows your best side. By observing the following guidelines, you can influence your credit worthiness for the better:

  • Be punctual: Pay all your bills on time. Late payments, collections, and bankruptcies have the greatest negative effect on your credit score.

  • Check your credit report regularly and take the necessary steps to remove inaccuracies: Don't let your credit health suffer due to inaccurate information. If you find an inaccuracy on your credit report contact the creditor associated with the account or the credit reporting agencies to correct it immediately.

  • Watch your debt: Keep your account balances below 50% of your available credit. For instance, if you have a credit card with a $1,000 limit, you should try to keep the balance owed below $500.

  • Give yourself time: Time is one of the most significant factors that can improve your credit score. Establish a long history of paying your bills on time and using credit responsibly. You may also want to keep the oldest account on your credit report open in order o lengthen your period of active credit use.

  • Avoid excessive inquiries: A large number of inquiries occurred over a short period of time may be interpreted as a sign that you are opening numerous credit accounts due to financial difficulties or overextending yourself by taking on more debt than you can easily repay.

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