Tips To Getting Better Credit After A Bankruptcy

  1. Wait for the appropriate amount of time: A bankruptcy filing will typically remain on your credit report for 7 to 10 years from the date it is filed.

  2. Check for errors: Review your credit report to ensure that all information related to the bankruptcy is accurate. If you find any errors, contact the credit bureau and the court where the bankruptcy was filed to have them corrected.

  3. Rebuild your credit: After the bankruptcy is removed from your credit report, take steps to rebuild your credit. This can include paying bills on time, keeping balances low on credit cards, and not applying for new credit too often.

  4. Seek credit counseling: If you're having trouble managing your finances, consider seeking credit counseling or financial advice to help you get back on track.

  5. Consider working with a credit repair company: They can help you to dispute any errors that may be on your credit report and help you to rebuild your credit score.

Please note that these steps are not a guarantee that the bankruptcy will be removed from your credit report, but they can help improve your credit score and give you a better chance of being approved for credit in the future.

Credit repair companies can help you to remove a bankruptcy from your credit report. Sky High Credit Repair is based in Las Vegas, NV, but we help repair credit nationwide. 

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