Improving your credit score takes time. Even when you pay off debt or resolve public records such as bankruptcy, your score may not immediately improve.
How To Improve Your Credit
- Pay bills on time
- Keep balances low
- Pay off debt
- Don’t close unused credit cards
- Apply for and open new credit accounts only when necessary
- Review your credit report three months before big purchases
- Correct inaccuracies
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