October 1st, 2010
CK Bootcamp: 31-Days To Healthier Credit … What Will It Take To Get You Onboard?
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We all have different approaches to personal finance. Maybe you read the business section of the newspaper religiously, or catch up with personal finance blogs once in awhile, or use budgeting tools when you can. Great. But will you commit to being financially fit and credit healthy as part of your daily routine?
That’s where Credit Karma’s Bootcamp comes in.
It doesn’t happen overnight; it takes daily reminders to keep up with our finances. But in a rocky recession with pitfalls around every corner, its important to bulk up your financial health. You need real, do-able steps.
This 31-Day Credit Health Plan gives you daily information on what you need to make wise, credit-savvy decisions when it comes to credit cards, mortgages, insurance, loans, and most importantly, ALL THINGS CREDIT.
Stop by Credit Karma Blog every day for something fresh and useful for your financial life. Check out 5 Minute Mondays for ways to save money in minutes, Top 10 Tuesdays for important financial checklists, What To Know Wednesdays for your credit basics, Do Today Thursdays for do-now action plans to get your credit score on track, and finally, Extra Fun Fridays for some goodies. And don’t forget to get your free credit score and update often to track your credit progress!
Here’s a taste of some posts to come:
- Find The Right Card For You In 5 Minutes
- 10 Steps To Save Money On Your Car You Gotta Try
- 4 Tricky Rules Of Credit To Master
- Good Credit Score? Next 3 Steps To Excellent Credit
- Financial Toolbox You Just Can’t Live Without
We’re kicking off Credit Karma Bootcamp! Stop by next Monday for your first 5 Minute Monday post… we challenge you to keep up with us!
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