Pittsfield, MA (PRWEB) March 22, 2013
Learn about free ideas to improve your credit report score fast and keep it high from this set of 7 ways to boost a credit score and 7 myths and things to avoid in order to maintain an excellent credit score. Former debt and bankruptcy attorney, Mory Brenner, guides readers through the steps with links in most places to read more in depth information or attain professional help where needed. While this quick guide represents a part of the Free Online Credit Repair Course offered by Financial Firebird, many readers take advantage of this quick guide alone.
The article starts with some credit basics that everyone should follow. While some appear obvious, like pay bills on time, important details emerge such as exactly how late does a late payment need to be before it etches a black mark on a person's credit report. Many other things to do may not have occurred to the average person attempting to gain a quick boost for their credit score. The more one learns about some of these elements that make up credit the better one can understand credit scores.
Among the 7 myths and things not to do the reader finds more items which might fall into the category of industry secrets. Some items may only stop a person from hurting their own score rather than raise it, but to reach the goal of a high credit score it makes no sense to fight yourself, and without this advice some people might follow myths down the wrong path.
People thinking they do need to worry about credit yet may be the people who need this credit advice the most so they can start to build credit now with enough time in advance so their good credit awaits them when they really need it.
14 Do's and Don'ts To Raise A Score Fast and it's parent site, Repair Bad Credit Report, stand as a part of the Bankruptcy Alternatives - Debtor's Options family of financial information and tools web pages started in 1996 and currently offered by the Financial Firebird Corporation with a goal of providing consumers with free unbiased help from a former debt workout and bankruptcy lawyer in choosing the right path to a brighter economic future.