A major part of any effort to attain financial freedom is establishing and maintaining a good credit score. It can make the difference not only in whether you get a loan, but the interest rate that you will pay if you do. It can also decide many times whether you will get a particular job or affordable car insurance.
But how can you work to establish and maintain good credit if you don’t know how it works? How can you increase your credit score if you don’t know what goes into it? That’s why in this episode of the podcast I talk about credit reports, credit scores, what they reflect, and what you need to do to maximize it and maintain it!
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Starting a new year, to a lot of people, means starting fresh. One popular new year’s resolution, in fact, is getting one’s financial house in order. The first step to doing that is to have a budget, so that you will know at the outset whether you are living within your means or overspending. But is there more than one way to budget, and if so, what are they and which one is best for me?
That is why in this episode of the podcast I talk about the five budget types discussed in Erin Lowry’s book, Broke Millennial: Stop Scraping By and Get Your Financial Life Together. Discover which budget will do the job for you this year, so that you can take that essential first step towards financial freedom.