Manage and repair your credit

Credit card debt is the third largest source of household indebtedness. Credit Repair Kit For Dummies gives you the tools you need to repair your credit.

This new edition covers: major changes with the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau’s (CFPB) inquiry into overdraft practices and their effect on consumers; dealing with the effect of tightened credit markets on those with good, marginal, or bad credit; best ways to recover from mortgage related score hits or minimize damage after walking away from a home; updated Vantage Score information; updated coverage on reporting programs like FICO Score watch, etc.; what makes a good FICO score today; a new section on significant others (boyfriend/girlfriend/spouse) and credit/debt sharing; Debt Relief Act in a mortgage meltdown situation; the latest tips and advice on dealing with identity theft and annoying collection calls; and more. Online you’ll find sample credit reports, forms, templates, and other helpful tools to help whip your credit into shape.

  • Updated credit score examples with new ranges
  • New information about IRS exceptions to the Mortgage Forgiveness
  • Advice and tips about adding information to a credit report, and beefing-up thin credit
  • Useful, downloadable, forms and tools on Dummies.com

If you have mediocre credit and want or need to better manage it in order to get a job, reduce insurance costs, qualify for banking products, and more, Credit Repair Kit For Dummies has it covered.

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September 19th, 2017

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2 Comments

  • Amazon Customer says:

    This book is a lifesaver. I have been working … This book is a lifesaver. I have been working on rebuilding my credit since the beginning of the year, and this book has provided me a lot of information that I did not otherwise find online, although I have not gone through the entire thing. If you’re looking to turn your life around the financially savvy way, you should definitely buy this book. But it’s not ALL about credit. Work an extra job, have garage sales, and learn to budget and save your money. It’s tough work, but it’s…

  • anthony pelaez says:

    Very helpful. Great book

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