Learn how to build up your financial security.
Arian Eghbali, CEO of Enrich Financial
Building better credit is something people young and old think about; having bad credit can make both personal and workplace relationships difficult. How do you boost your credit score? The simple answer is building credit takes time, but there is more to the picture and maintaining healthy finances and relationships. Your credit score keeps track of your financial behaviors over the years as well as your present actions. The more consistent and financially healthy your credit, the better. To push your credit score to the right direction you need to pay down your balances and keep them as low as possible. Your credit score is consider the monthly balances you have and the number of cards you have balances on.
Fortunately there are ways to build better credit so you can have a better way of life, better personal/ workplace relationships and author of ‘Build Better Credit to Build a Better Life’ Arian Eghbali is here to share credit repair secrets to help people improve their credit and better manage their finances and personal/workplace relationships.
Bottom-line: Eghbali is sharing secrets of the financial industry to level the playing field for the average person. He even started a credit repair division of his firm Enrich Financial, offering affordable credit repair plans for those who want to improve their credit, clear their bad credit standing or experience more financial freedom. Yes, there are legal strategies to get better credit; download the book today. Here are some quick tips on building and keeping good credit:
First, when building credit start small with one credit card or small loan. Note: you must have your lenders send a report to three credit bureaus of Experian, Equifax and TransUnion. And do your best to pay off debts in full at the end of each month. Creditors want to see you are financially responsible when using short-term loans. With your first credit card, try to pay on time and more than the minimum balance for 6 to 12 months and ask for a credit line increase. By raising your credit limit and not your debt, you will find yourself maintaining a debt-to-credit-limit ratio low to help you maintain a better credit score. You will need this good credit when you want to buy a home or car. Do not skip any payments and try to pay more than the minimum. Good luck on building your credit and improving your personal and workplace relationships. Leave a comment with your tips on how you build up your credit.