Secured Loan

Uncategorized Mar 19, 2020

Do you want to build new accounts on your credit report? I have a way that can help you. FICO credit score likes types of credit on your credit report. Often times people are building credit with just secured credit cards. You can add an installment loan to your credit report. I found a lender that does this and it works differently from a typical loan. Rather than borrowing money up front, you make fixed monthly payments into a savings account for a specific period of time. The bank reports your payments to the credit bureaus, allowing you to build a new installment loan. At the end of the loan term, you can access the money in the savings account so I feel it is a win, win.

Here is my link to get this credit-builder loan:

Link For Loan

Remember how I said FICO credit score is 35% payment history, so this can start helping with that part of the score. 30% are regarding balances so keep the credit card balance low. 10% of the score is types of credit, that is why if you get a...

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Jeanne Kelly on The Doctors TV

Uncategorized Feb 05, 2019

I just wanted to make sure if you missed the segment I was on talking about #HealthyCredit you are able to watch it.

Cheers to your Healthier Credit~


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Are you forgetting these 3 important ways to protect your identity?

Uncategorized Jun 06, 2018

No foolin’! Protecting your identity is no joke. These days thieves have become very sophisticated and they are amassing data that can be used for a multitude of crimes like filing your taxes and stealing your refund, or creating alternate identification to allude authorities or even worse have you charged for a crime you didn’t commit.

There are several ways to protect your identity, many of which you’ve heard about and are likely practicing. However, there are a few lesser known, lesser understood strategies that can give you better protection and more peace of mind.

  1. Protect your Social Security Number – So often we are asked to recite our Social Security Number to be used as identification. However, unless it’s actually the Social Security Administration or a reputable banking institution requesting your number, avoid giving it out. You can, and should, always ask the purpose of their asking for your SSN and what it is used for. If it’s...
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Looking for people who want to earn extra income

Uncategorized May 29, 2018

I didn't know that by finding a solution to a big problem, I would be earning extra income and changing peoples lives. Here is my latest quick podcast.

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Spring Cleaning for your Credit

Uncategorized Apr 03, 2018

Happy Spring! Perhaps you can relate to wanting a new beginning with your personal finances and credit as well? Spring is a perfect time, especially if you’re still dealing with paying off holiday shopping bills or are planning some major purchases like a home or a car this year. Think of the steps below as Spring Cleaning for your Credit. Follow this plan, and come summer vacation-time, you’ll feel as peaceful as a summer Sunday.

 Dust – Have you checked your credit lately? If you haven’t pulled it in the last six months, it’s time to blow the dust off and take a look. Visit or to access your report. Checking your credit regularly prevents identity theft and fraud, and helps you stay on track with maintaining your healthy credit. Regular check-ins can help raise your score, especially if there are errors on your report that are costing you points.

Prune – Cut back on your revolving credit accounts. Having a...

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Identity Theft

Uncategorized Apr 03, 2017

Monitor & Protect Now

Unless you’ve been touched by it or have known someone who’s been a victim, you may not think much about identity theft. However, according to the Bureau of Justice, each year about 17.6 million Americans or 7 percent of the population are victims of ID theft. That’s each year! About 2 in 5 of us have either been victims or know someone who has, according to one statistic. Another report states that financial losses add up to about $50 billion each year! To me, these numbers mean that we’re all likely to be affected by ID theft at some point if we haven’t been already; or worse, we’re being victimized right now and do not even know it.

The good news is we can each take simple steps to protect ourselves and our families and stop ID thieves in their tracks. Here are three easy actions you can take:

  1. Check your credit report regularly – One of the best ways to detect and stop identity theft is to check your credit...
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Should You Accept That Higher Credit Limit On Your Credit Card?

Uncategorized Mar 03, 2017

You open the mailbox and there’s an envelope addressed to you. It’s not a bill (who wants bills???) so you tear open the envelope. Is it a letter from your favorite aunt? Is it a few photographs from a friend’s recent trip? Is it a letter from a secret admirer? 

No, it’s a letter from your credit card company and they’re writing to tell you some exciting news: You’ve been approved for a higher credit limit. All you need to do is call them back and tell them that you’re interested in accepting it. 

Your first thought is: “Wow, a higher credit limit! Just imagine what I could do with that!!!” 

And your second thought is: “Hmmmm… do I NEED a higher credit limit? That just means I could potentially owe more money.” 

A higher credit limit on your credit card could be good or it could be bad. If you’re hoping I give you just one answer, sorry; that’s not what you’ll get from me...

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Tips And Strategies For A New Relationship

Uncategorized Feb 14, 2017

Sharing Your Credit Score With Your Partner – Tips And Strategies For A New Relationship

 If you’re in  a new relationship, everything is exciting and new. You’re happily learning things about your new partner – their likes and dislikes. And, you’re sharing things that you want them to know about. 

As your relationship deepens, you each tend to share more personal information, trusting the other person to honor your privacy while at the same time getting to know you better.

 Somewhere along the way, you may choose to share your credit score with your partner. I know this may not sound glamorous but it is important to have the money talk and with money you should talk CREDIT.


Why You Should Share Your Credit Score With Your Partner

For some people, the idea of sharing their credit score with anyone seems strange. But if you’re in a romantic relationship that seems to be getting serious, it makes perfect sense to talk with...

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Top Credit Lessons For College Students

Uncategorized Jan 06, 2017

An important topic that is often overlooked in college is credit; in particular how to build it, why one should build it and how to manage it responsibly. Most college students  do not possess adequate money management skills and are often overburdened with large student loans and credit card debts. Learning to avoid these credit pitfalls and establishing a healthy credit history is an important skill that ought to be learned in college.

The following are credit lessons for college students: 

Develop a healthy respect for credit cards 

This is an absolute must while you are in college as it will help you build your credit history which is crucial for purchasing a vehicle, renting an apartment, or could be helping you with landing your dream job after graduation.  How can you responsibly manage your credit card? 

Keep your spending low: The best way to avoid big credit card debt is by keeping your expenditures under control. Use your credit card only when you...

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