Your Credit Score

All of us know that a good credit score is something that we all would love to have. Your credit score depends mainly on the status of your debt as shown in your credit report. Getting your score to be “Good” or even “Excellent”, will require you to address any negatives debt statuses in your report. When considering and analyzing your credit report, you should be looking out for the following red flags:

  • Late payments on your accounts
  • Defaults
  • Judgments, and
  • Notices

These items have the greatest impact on your score and fixing them will go a long way to lifting your credit score. In the following articles, we explain what each of these mean, and what can potentially be done to fix them.