Going through the process of filing bankruptcy can be a difficult time and even after the bankruptcy filing is over. There are many things to think about after the bankruptcy process and starting over can be a bit scary to not get back in debt again. But declaring bankruptcy will impact your credit score but check out this visual guide to building up your credit score in 10 simple steps.
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So you just declared bankruptcy and feel like your credit will never be the same. Well start looking on the bright side because things are about to turn around and be better than ever before. These situations can be manageable if you are prepared to do a little bit of footwork and take a few steps toward that perfect 10. Here’s an infographic to help you and your credit recover from bankruptcy.
It is important to always keep a level head and never lose faith in yourself or your credit. Just consider bankruptcy a rebirth and approach it from the standpoint that you are a new person. Although you may despise credit, you shouldn’t be afraid of it.
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