In 2011 she founded The Credit Owl, an online credit education and coaching service that relies on the 90-Day Credit Challenge found in this book (www.TheCreditOwl.com).
Author: Jeanne Kelly
Publisher: Epigraph Books
Category: Business & Economics
If You Want to Play the Game of Credit Scoring-Know the Rules to WIN! Like it or not, your credit score matters. Your FICO score can determine how successful you are-not just in your business dealings but also in your daily life. Every day, decisions are being made based on your credit score. If the score number is too low, your higher interest rates could be costing you thousands of dollars each and every year. Your credit score could prevent you from getting a new cell phone plan, a new car, or even a new job. It's more important now than ever for you to make sure your credit score is not only accurate but at an optimal level. Credit scores can be improved, if you're willing to commit to the 90-Day Credit Challenge. Simply follow the steps that I took-follow the Game Plan. I've developed a simple and easy step-by-step method for getting the most out of your credit score and for making sense of what may seem extremely confusing. Eager to win the credit game? Let's go! The 90-Day Credit Challenge will: Teach you how FICO credit scoring works Provide tools to maximize your credit score Help you work directly with your creditors to resolve issues, using the sample letters and forms provided Show you how to save money on new or existing loans Help you achieve the solid credit rating you are in search of-and how to maintain it Jeanne Kelly is a nationally recognized voice in credit consulting, the founder and president of The Kelly Group Credit Consulting, Inc., one of the most legitimate and successful credit consulting companies in the United States. In 2011 she founded The Credit Owl, an online credit education and coaching service that relies on the 90-Day Credit Challenge found in this book (www.TheCreditOwl.com). Jeanne Kelly lives in New York's Hudson Valley and is a frequent business blogger for the Huffington Post.