Budgeting Made Simple: Four Ways to Increase Credit and Decrease Stress

Saturday, March 29, 2014, PM | 1 Comment

Seeing your credit score sink lower and lower can make your stress levels soar through the roof. Now is the time to reevaluate your finances and figure out a plan for increasing your credit score and eliminating some of that stress.

Budgeting Made Simple

  1. Stop Making Charges

    If you continue to put new charges on your credit card, then you are never going to eliminate old debt. You need to stop making charges now. If necessary, cut it up!

  2. Stop Making Charges

  3. Make a Budget

    You can use software like Mint.com to keep track of where your money is going. Make a budget and stick to it.

  4. Make a Budget

  5. No More Late Payments

    Stick to your budget and make sure your payments are on time. Keep a calendar, set reminders on your phone, or set up automatic payments, but make sure your payments are on time.

  6. No Late Payments

  7. Speak with an Adviser

    Setting up a meeting with an accountant or a financial adviser can introduce you to possibilities that you had not thought of before and allow you to craft a suitable plan for your financial situation.

  8. Speak with an Adviser

When you are willing to utilize these tips, you can create a better financial situation for yourself soon.

Author BIO

Kara Masterson is a freelance writer from West Jordan, Utah. She graduated from the University of Utah and enjoys writing about personal finance and spending time with her dog, Max. Information credit to EZ Money, Cash Advance, Payday Loans, Payday Advance.

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