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"20.01.2017 16:46:58" lexingtonlaw.com How a Lengthy Credit History Can Improve Your Score Debt is a dirty word, for millions of Americans, and yet, the average household depends on it for survival. Despite the negative connotations, did you know that owning a mortgage, auto loan and/or student loan can actually help your credit? Did you know that a lengthy credit history can improve your score? Learn more from our latest blog post:
"23.12.2016 01:15:03" lexingtonlaw.com What to Do If Your Child's Identity is Stolen As a parent, protecting your children is your first priority, but it isn't always easy. Sometimes danger can take unexpected forms. While you may think about keeping them safe when crossing the street or climbing a tree, have you thought about keepin Find out how to take initiative if your child's identity is stolen
"20.12.2016 22:06:22" lexingtonlaw.com 5 Ways to Protect Yourself Against Identity Theft Identity theft is a common problem in a culture that thrives on connectivity. According to a recent study, 13.1 million consumers lost a combined $15 billion to With so many threats on identity theft, how can we really protect ourselves?
"15.12.2016 20:11:21" lexingtonlaw.com Bankruptcy: To File or Not to File If you're trying to decide if bankruptcy is the right choice for you, this article will give you insight into your options. Should you file bankruptcy?
"08.12.2016 21:36:21" lexingtonlaw.com Continuing to Improve Your Credit Score After Credit Repair When your credit scores are bogged down by inaccurate information, credit repair is a great way to clean up your report, and potentially improve your credit Credit repair may only be the first step. So how do I maintain a good credit score?
"21.11.2016 23:09:48" lexingtonlaw.com How High Will Your Credit Card Interest Climb? When you have a credit card, worrying about paying your monthly statements is only part of the equation. If you carry a balance, you'll be faced with paying interest on top of the amount you've charged. But how much will they charge all depends. Wondering how high your interest rates may be if you carry a balance on your credit card?
"19.10.2016 21:16:19" lexingtonlaw.com 5 Ways to Get a Free Credit Score The Fair and Accurate Credit Transactions (FACT) Act of 2003 guaranteed the right of every American consumer to see a copy of their credit report from each of the three main credit bureaus every 12 months. Ever wonder how you can get a free credit score?
"05.10.2016 17:07:51" lexingtonlaw.com 10 Things People with Good Credit Avoid A credit score of 800 or more seems like an unattainable goal to most people. Despite the challenges, it is possible to earn a credit elite status and join a group of financially strong consumers. Although there is no magical formula to success, ther Want to have good credit? Then there are a few things you're going to have to avoid
"22.09.2016 20:26:00" lexingtonlaw.com Is Luxury Living Hurting Your Credit? A large home or “McMansion” is often seen as an American status symbol, a supersized American dream. For many, it's a sign of success, but appearances can be deceiving. Living the luxurious lifestyle can cause major financial strain, especially if yo Living the luxurious lifestyle can cause major financial strain, especially if your income and budget are not equipped to handle the costs.
"09.09.2016 21:36:38" lexingtonlaw.com 5 Credit Tips You Should Follow in Retirement 5 Credit Tips You Should Follow in Retirement BY Staff 6 Sep '16September 1, 2016 Share this article Share this page on Facebook Share this page on Twitter Share this page on G+ Share this page on LinkedIn Share this page on Pinterest If you're retired, Even if you're retired, your credit should still be an important factor in your life
"08.09.2016 22:21:30" lexingtonlaw.com No one likes receiving a phone call from a debt collector — the calls always seem to come at the wro Even though you owe the debt, you don't have to put up with these calls
"02.09.2016 17:39:46" lexingtonlaw.com An eviction typically occurs when a tenant violates the terms of their lease. Violations of the leas There are 4 types of evictions. Learn how they affect your credit
"23.08.2016 16:32:23" lexingtonlaw.com Debt Consolidation: Is It Worth It? If you are burdened with too much debt, you have probably considered consolidation. While it is often billed as a stress-free solution to your problems, banks If you are burdened with too much debt, you have probably considered consolidation.
"18.08.2016 19:20:42" lexingtonlaw.com Who Is Responsible for Discovering Credit Report Errors? Who Is Responsible for Discovering Credit Report Errors? BY John Heath 18 Aug '16August 16, 2016 Share this article Share this page on Facebook Share this page on Twitter Share this page on G+ Share this page on LinkedIn Share this page on Pinterest John Heath breaks down the Fair Credit Reporting Act and who is responsible for what.
"16.08.2016 21:55:12" lexingtonlaw.com How Does Student Loan Interest Affect Credit Health? The reduction is a relief for students and parents who rely on loans to achieve their educational goals. That said, student debt has the potential to help or Student debt has the potential to help or hurt your credit score; it all depends on the choices you make
"12.08.2016 18:00:14" lexingtonlaw.com How to Improve Credit in a Single-Income Household Limited funds may leave you feeling discouraged about credit repair, but there is good news: everyone can afford to improve their lives with the right strategy. There are a few initiatives that can help you focus on credit score improvement, regardless of your income
"11.08.2016 21:34:36" lexingtonlaw.com How to Get the Best Mortgage Rates Possible Many people don't take proper steps before beginning the mortgage application process. This can result in higher rates, more fees, and can overshadow an Taking a few small steps now to plan for a mortgage later could save you thousands of dollars over the life span of a mortgage http://bit.ly/2aJqLCC
"08.08.2016 17:07:24" lexingtonlaw.com Five Credit Tips You Can Use This Week Ever feel like you just can't get out from under your credit problems? There are some things you can do this week to help improve your credit report and score. There are some things you can do this week to help improve your credit report and score
"28.07.2016 16:12:59" lexingtonlaw.com How to Negotiate When You're Buying a New Car When you're out to buy a new car, everyone wants a deal, but the process can seem intimidating. With a little homework, anyone can be a successful negotiator. There are a few things you can do to be more in control, and to make sure you pay the lowest amount possible for your new car.
"21.07.2016 22:34:43" lexingtonlaw.com Securing Credit Is About To Get Easier | Lexington Law Blog FICO® announced their partnership with LexisNexis Risk Solutions and Equifax to provide FICO Score XD, the latest model aimed at helping previously unscorable Securing credit is about to get easier!
"18.07.2016 20:30:19" lexingtonlaw.com How Shopping for a Loan Affects Your Credit Score | Lexington Law Blog Authorized inquiries have the potential to lower your score, but they are not as worrisome as you might think If you shop for a loan in a timely manner, inquiries should hardly affect your score at all.
"13.07.2016 21:24:38" lexingtonlaw.com Five Signs You Need Credit Repair | Lexington Law Blog You may be wondering if credit repair is the next step. While every person has a different path, there are a few telltale signs that your scores could use some While every person has a different path, there are a few telltale signs that your scores could use some work.
"11.07.2016 20:30:39" lexingtonlaw.com Do's and Don'ts of Paying Off Debt Early | Lexington Law Blog Many people are anxious to pay off all debts as soon as possible to rid themselves of the risks and emotional side effects. If you are still wondering about how to manage debts, consider the following do's and don'ts.
"08.07.2016 15:15:21" lexingtonlaw.com Will My Credit Score Drop if I Don't Use My Cards Regularly? | Lexington Law Blog Credit health is a lifelong goal. An improved score means access to lower interest rates, insurance premiums and even high-reward credit cards. Will neglecting Will neglecting your old accounts affect your future? The short answer: Maybe.