When thinking about filing for bankruptcy, many people are hesitant to do so as they are worried about the effect it will have on their credit score. So, what exactly is a credit score?
If you’ve declared bankruptcy in the past, know that you’re not alone. Further, know that your situation is nothing to be ashamed of. No one wants to declare bankruptcy; sometimes, it may be the only solution to a difficult situation.
A number of specific factors go into determining a credit score. Scores change frequently as these factors are based on what someone does or doesn’t do with the credit they already have available. Here is a little insight into what goes into a credit score:
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RACHEL ASKED: I claimed bankruptcy due to a divorce and was released two years ago. What is the best way to build my credit fast?