Credit Repair Resources

 

First of all, the internet is such an amazing tool.  There are dozens of great credit repair resources and tools at your disposal.  Most noteworthy are the ones we have gathered below.

In the applications and software category, you’ll find various helpful apps and programs.  Each help with automating the process of tracking and monitoring your credit accounts and scores.

In the books and videos section, you’ll find a number of useful material on the credit market.  You will learn the ins-and-outs of the credit market, and how to navigate your way around it.

In the calculators section, you will find highly specialized calculators.  They will prove very helpful in calculating complicated expenses or fees.

In addition, don’t forget to check out our other resources available right here on CreditMarvel, including guides, FAQs, and reviews of credit repair agencies.

 

Applications and Software 

 

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  • mint.com ~ Mint is both a web and app-based financial platform that functions as a one-stop spot for tracking and monitoring all of your finances. As a result, you can build and customize budgets, pay bills directly through the service, and move money around your various accounts.
  • betterment.com ~ Betterment is an investment platform that takes the guesswork out of investing. Therefore, you just need to provide a small amount of information on your financial prospects and goals.   As a result, the program will then invest your money in a diversified portfolio that is balanced for optimal returns.
  • readyforzero.com ~ This app is designed specifically to help you pay off your debt, one dollar at a time. Most noteworthy, they boast that they have helped people pay off upwards of $207 million in debt.
  • creditkarma.com ~ Credit Karma allows access to all of your accounts from one place, and even provides free credit monitoring and credit reports.
  • creditsesame.com ~ Credit Sesame offers tools like ID theft protection, credit alerts, and your updated monthly credit score.

To sum up, you are doing yourself a disservice if you are not taking advantage of these great financial resources.  There is not time like the present to start getting your finances back on track.

 

Books and Videos

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  • Credit Repair Kit for Dummies ~ The popular “for Dummies” series quite naturally has a book dedicated to credit repair. This great credit repair resource comes with a wealth of sample forms and documents, and templates while others lack this.
  • Hidden Credit Repair Secrets ~ This might be the best book on the market to help people fully maximize their credit repair efforts.  Even more, it includes a great 6-step plan for settling disputes.
  • Credit Repair ~ This is an extremely detailed book.  Thus, it is more for someone who wants to fully understand and possibly even work in the credit repair industry.
  • The Credit Repair Answer Book ~ This is a good entry-level book.  The information is well-laid out and isn’t overly complicated.
  • creditrepairpublishing.com ~ If you’re more for watching videos than reading books, this website has a massive collection of videos.  They take you through all aspects of credit repair.  They cover everything from your legal rights to those of the collection and repair agencies.

Altogether, these books provide enough helpful information to put you on a clear path towards repairing your credit.  If you think the process may be too overwhelming to take on yourself, hiring a reputable credit repair company is the way to go.

 

Calculators 

 

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  • Debt Planner & Calculator ~ This app can be found on Google Play.  It allows you to track up to five different debts and provides insight on how to pay each of them down. The strategy is based on paying off the lowest balance first, a recommended strategy by many experts.
  • Debt Calculator ~ This calculator lets you input the balance and interest rates for all your debts.  Next, it will tell you how long it will take you to pay them off using different payment strategies.
  • Home Affordability Calculator ~ This handy calculator helps you determine the ideal amount you should be willing to spend on a new home.  It takes into account your income, current monthly payments, and expected down payment towards the property.
  • Amortization Schedule Calculator ~ Similar to the debt calculator, this one calculates payments for you.  It allows you to input any debt and interest amount and calculates what your payment will be.
  • Mortgage Payment Calculator ~ This calculator will determine your expected mortgage payments based on an exhaustive collection of variables.

In conclusion, we hope that you take full advantage of all these great free resources.  Your path to financial stability and success is in your hands!

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  1. Mike Justice

    April 14th, 2019

    I'm looking for Legitimate way to repair My own credit and what forms I need to dispute