The recent hack of Equifax, a company most people had never heard of before news broke that hundreds of millions of American’s sensitive personal information were stolen, has put credit scores back in the news. You may find yourself in a position where you score is in need at some point in life (though we hope not).
While most strategies for improving your credit score take a long time, there are some things you can do that will have a relatively immediate impact. One way is simply getting any incorrect information removed from your credit history. If you check your credit and find that there is a false charge bringing down your score, take the necessary steps to get that cleared from your history and your score should immediately reflect this new reality.
For two alternative methods of improving your credit score in a short period of time, read the full article here.