How to Save on Car Rentals is a post inspired by a huge mistake I made. Had I not investigated more, I would have ended up paying almost $500 for this mistake. (I chose the comic book theme on this image.. because I really felt I needed a superhero to the rescue).
Getting your free credit score is a great way to start of the New Year! Many of you are making resolutions to get your finances in order and this is the perfect way to get started.
Now getting your free credit score is absolutely free with Credit Sesame. You do not have to enter a credit card or anything. Which is something I love about this. I’m always sketchy about entering my information and I get even more sketchy if I have to enter my credit card info. But with Credit Sesame all you need to know is your personal information. An example would be the amount of your car or mortgage payment.
Knowing where you stand with your credit is imperative especially if you are looking to purchase a new home or car in the future. This also give you access to credit monitoring, with credit card breach fiasco’s happening often. This will definitely come in handy. Now that you’ll know where you stand, it’ll give you a great idea of where your focus needs to be this year. If you happen to be planning on a home purchase be sure to check out my post Why You Should Never Buy a Home.
It took me less than 5 mins to sign up and get my credit score. It was pretty simple. However, before you are given your credit score, you do have to choose an analysis: (ie, lower my credit card payments, refinance etc) I choose to analyze all. Once it finished analyzing it gave me the option on how I could lower my interest rate, buy a mortgage and so on along with my FREE credit score in just a few minutes. The one thing I did like about the analysis was the breakdown/total of my monthly payments. That was kind of an eye opener for me.
Head on over to CreditSeasame.com and get your free credit score now.
Need a Christmas Savings Plan? Why not try this 26 week Christmas Savings Plan. Over the next 26 weeks using the progressive format you can save $1001 by Black Friday.