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Week 2: Credit Improvement

Day 14: Weekly Inspiration

Today’s Easy Financial Task: Watch the Week 2 Dream Catcher Hangout Chat.

How to rock this task:

  •     Watch the chat and participate if viewing live
  •     Listen to words of encouragement
  •     Complete Challenge tasks you missed

 

Today’s our second Dream Catcher Hangout Chat!

During the video, we’ll discuss the tasks we’ve worked on this week. We’ll also talk about the key takeaways and you’ll hear how other Dream Catchers like yourself are working through the Challenge.

Make sure to check in on your accountability partner. Have they completed the first week of the Challenge? Are they ready for next week? Do you have any questions/comments/concerns? Please share in the comments.

FYI: Today is a good day to catch up on any tasks that you missed throughout the week. Tomorrow we have a fresh new week full of tasks to help you improve your credit score!

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  • Yashica Harris Smalls

    Hi Tiffany!! My hubby and I are both doing the credit challenge. He like your significant other only has 1 credit card, but utilization is high… CS is 671… we want to increase tht by paying it down, but he was also thinking he needed more grades( another CC) . Should he get another and if so what may be the best card to get. He thought the Harley Davidson one because it does have rewards for HD? Just thought I’d ask ur expertise

    • LadyLittlefoot

      Yashica, I think he could do what Tiffany suggested and get a secured credit card, put one small item on it and pay it off every month. However, if he’s had that one of a while opening another card could lower his credit history age. So he should consider that as well.

  • ProWriter

    Hey Tiffany, this credit challenge compliments the hard work of fighting back to a better score that I started 4 years ago. I’ve increased my overall score by 100 points, 24 of which increased since I started the challenge. Thank you and keep up the great work!

  • Shonkeya Wadlington

    Hi Tiffany and Dream Catchers! I have a credit card judgement that my credit report says should come off August 2018 and roughly $4000. I live in NC if that makes a difference. Should I bother with trying to settle to get it off my credit to purchase a home or should I wait until it falls off?

  • Bonita

    where can i find the hangout chat?

  • Kimberly Pugh

    I was extremely overwhelmed and confused by my negative credit and I thought I just had to own it but now I’m learning different strategies to get back on track thanks to you, Tiffany! I am still trying to figure out some creative ways to pay off my debt quickly without applying for a credit card, and unfortunately I do not qualify for any loans at the moment. Any suggestions?