Tuesday, May 13, 2008

Credit Score 636

I get a free credit score each month with one of my credit cards and I'm glad to see my credit score is going up slowly. I took a screen shot so you can see the great upward trend. When I was 18, I didn't make my credit score a priority and now I'm paying for my past. My goal is to teach and educate my kid so that he will not have to spend time trying to rebuild. I hope he listens...




6 comments:

Odious said...

I tell ya what, It's amazing how long it takes to build back up your credit score. Yet, miss a monthly payment and you will drop pretty far down. I really don't like the credit system.

Kudos on the increase

-Eric
http://twentiesmoneymag.com

donald said...

I recently came across your blog and have been reading along. I thought I would leave my first comment. I don't know what to say except that I have enjoyed reading. Nice blog. I will keep visiting this blog very often.

Betty


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Calvin Brock said...

At this point, your little house of cards will This is why it's absurd to pretend to have certain interests in order to appear more attractive to women, and it's just as absurd to ruin your credit score by spending money you don't have. credit reports from all three bureaus

Cinthia Mull said...

I think by now, you are half-way on achieving your goal, Neil. And it is good to know that you are teaching your kid the right way to handle their finances. In the future, this knowledge can save them from any financial pitfalls. [Cinthia Mull]

Jaden Allred said...

“I didn't make my credit score a priority and now I'm paying for my past.” – Don’t be too hard on yourself, Neil. It is not too late to learn. And the most important thing is that you learn from your mistakes and you know how to make up for it. (Jaden Allred )

Bobbi Burtch said...

Being debt-free might be one of the most wonderful feelings I have ever felt, especially after clearing off my debt from my former credit card company. Past mistakes teach us valuable lessons. It’s great to know that you’re doing well with your debt. Educate your child to save. It will help him greatly!

Bobbi Burtch