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Rebuilding Credit after Bankruptcy

More than a million people file for bankruptcy each year in this country. It is important to remember that immediately after filing bankruptcy you can begin rebuilding your credit. Below are five steps you can take to rebuild your credit after bankruptcy.
1.) Go to and pull your three credit reports (Experian, Equifax and TransUnion). Make sure all of the debts affected by the bankruptcy are listed. Also confirm all information is accurate on each of the reports.
2.) Start getting new credit. The best way is through a secured credit card. Almost everyone is approved and a deposit will guarantee that you are able to cover the charges.
3.) Pay off the card timely, along with all of your other bills each month.
4.) Start a savings account. Having emergency savings means you will not be as likely to tap into your credit.
5.) If you made mistakes, learn from them. You should not feel ashamed after filing for bankruptcy.

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