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Not all debt management and credit repair companies have your best interest at …

Not all debt management and credit repair companies have your best interest at …
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ANITA JOHNSON: Get the Best Financial Management Strategies For Improving …

ANITA JOHNSON: Get the Best Financial Management Strategies For Improving …
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OPINION – Most lenders or banks usually look at the credit score before they can approve any loan application from their customers. Because of this reason, many people want to learn how they can rebuild their credit as quickly as possible, to improve their chances of getting their application approved.

This article is going to talk about several recommended strategies to manage your finances and ultimately improve your credit. These tip are useful for anyone who wants to have good financial management skills.

How to Improve Your Credit Score

1. Diagnose the credit score

Get a copy of your credit report and diagnose the credit score. You have to know where you are before you can find out where you have to be. There are sites that allow you to get your consumer credit report and offer score estimators at no additional costs. This gives you the flexibility to see potential changes that can be made to your credit profile and improve your score.

2. Reduce debts

Reducing debt can impact your credit score by as much as 30%. It is one of the easiest ways to improve the credit score in a short period of time. There are a lot of debts that can affect the overall finance situation, but reducing revolving debt or credit card debt to below 30% of the limit will have increased the score most significantly.

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Credit Sesame Brings Credit Score/Debt Management Service to Mobile Devices

Credit Sesame Brings Credit Score/Debt Management Service to Mobile Devices
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Credit Sesame, a company that monitors users’ credit scores and helps them find and manage loans, is extending its unique feature set to a mobile app.

“Mobile fits our overall strategy of giving people a way to manage their credit and loans, and do that while on the move,” says Adrian Nazari, founder and CEO of Credit Sesame.

The Sunnyvale, Ca.-based website has launched an iPhone app that gives consumers instant and free access to monthly Experian credit scores (an Android app will be ready soon).

Consumers can also access Credit Sesame’s bank analytics engine, which provides information on possible finance options based on the consumer’s financial picture and product data culled from financial institutions that have information sharing partnerships with Credit Sesame, including Citigroup, Chase and Wells Fargo and many of their correspondent lenders. Credit Sesame gets a fee from its bank partners for every closed…………… continues on American Banker

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3 Ways to Get a Free Credit Score
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NEW YORK (MainStreet) — You might already know that visiting AnnualCreditReport.com will get you the free credit report you’re entitled to each year thanks to the Fair Credit Reporting Act, but what many people don’t realize is that this report doesn’t come with a free credit score. For that you’ll have to pay a bit extra. Equifax, for instance, charges $ 7.95 to see its version of your score.

As we reported, there is more than one credit scoring model out there, so consumers don’t necessarily have to shell out cash to get an idea of where they fall on the credit spectrum. Here are a few places to get a free version of your credit score before the new year.

We rounded up a few Web sites that will give you a…………… continues on TheStreet.com

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