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Manage Your Credit Rating

Factors affecting your credit score

Find out about the different factors that could have an effect – positive or negative – on your credit report, and the steps you can take to improve your score.

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10 steps to improving your credit score

Most lenders will check your credit report before they decide to accept your loan application and lend to you. We have ten simple steps to help you improve your credit score.

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How to keep track of your credit score

Your credit score can affect a number of things, including buying a house. Learn how to check your credit score, and more about the factors that can alter it.

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How does credit score affect borrowing?

Find out what impact your credit score could be having on your ability to borrow.

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How to borrow with bad credit

Having a bad credit history doesn’t necessarily mean you can’t borrow. We explain what lenders will look for and how you can borrow with a bad credit score.

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Remortgaging with bad credit

Remortgaging can be a great way to free up some money, but if you have bad credit, is it worth trying? Find out with our guide.

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Correcting an error on your credit report

Find out what you should do if you find a mistake on your credit report, as well as the consequences it can have on your finances if you don’t take action.

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What is a county court judgement?

Learn more about the definition of a County Court Judgment (CCJ), what to do if you’ve been issued one, and how long a CCJ stays on your record.

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Hard vs soft credit checks

When considering a loan application, a lender will perform a credit check. There are two different kinds: hard and soft. Here we discuss the differences and how they may affect you.

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How to check your credit history

Your credit history plays a huge part in managing your finances. Here’s a guide to ensuring you stay in control of your credit history.

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Applying for credit for the first time

If you’re a new borrower looking to take out your first loan or credit card, find out how you can get a first-time loan, even with no credit history.

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What to do if you’re refused credit

If your loan application has been rejected, you might wonder why it might have happened. Read our short and simple guide to help you bounce back.

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How to Rebuild Your Credit Rating

Declaring yourself bankrupt is a tough decision, but sometimes it is the best way to deal with financial difficulties. One of the immediate impacts is on your ability to obtain credit. However, while your credit score will certainly take a considerable hit, there are ways of repairing it.

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How to understand your credit report

Improve your knowledge on how lenders check your credit report before making decisions. As well as finding out what can impact your credit rating, gain some useful tips on how to ensure you have a successful report.

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How to Improve Your Credit Rating

How to Improve Your Credit Rating
How to Improve Your Credit Rating

Working out how credit ratings work is no easy feat. So how can you find out more about your credit rating – and more importantly, improve it?

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