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5 Tips for Improving Your Credit Score Following Bankruptcy
5 Tips for Improving Your Credit Score Following Bankruptcy

You’ve filed bankruptcy and eradicated the debt that’s been hanging over you for months or years. Now it’s time to start planning for the future. While bankruptcy does offer the chance for a fresh start, it also causes an immediate hit to your credit score. With time and ...

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