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The Essential Credit Repair Handbook

[a Quick and Handy Guide for Anyone Who Wants to Get and Stay Out of Debt]
McNaughton, Deborah (Book - 2011 )
Average Rating: 5 stars out of 5.
The Essential Credit Repair Handbook


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The majority of debt-ridden consumers are in desperate need of financial budgeting and credit repair. The Essential Credit Repair Handbook contains all the information you need to walk you through the step-by-step process of repairing your credit and leaving debt behind! The book will teach you how to: Dispute late payments, charge-offs, and collection accounts Rebuild your life after a bankruptcy, foreclosure, or short sale Re-establish your credit in spite of a bad credit report Set new financial goals Understand the latest credit card laws and regulations The Essential Credit Repair Handbook is an easy-to-use guide for people who are 
getting over bankruptcy, foreclosure, short sale, or any financial hardship affecting their credit and are looking to rebuild or re-establish their credit.
Authors: McNaughton, Deborah, 1950-
Title: The essential credit repair handbook
[a quick and handy guide for anyone who wants to get and stay out of debt]
Publisher: Pompton Plains, NJ :, Career Press,, 2011
Characteristics: 224 p. ;,21 cm
Statement of Responsibility: by Deborah McNaughton
Notes: Includes index
Subtitle from cover
Contents: Building your platform. Setting new financial goals
No repeat performances, please
11 myths of credit
Tips for an effective budget
Save money while retiring your debt
Get out-and stay out-of debt
Credit repair 101. Role of credit reporting agencies
Understanding your credit report
Credit repair process
Improving your FICO credit score
A fresh start. Rebuilding and reestablishing your credit
Life after foreclosure, short-sale, or bankruptcy
Qualifying for credit
Home loan process
Protecting your credit. Establishing credit in your own name
Protecting your credit during or after divorce
Credit card regulations
Identity theft and you
Medical identity theft
ISBN: 9781601631602
160163160X
Branch Call Number: 332.02402 M1694e 2011
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