For the last few years I’ve been getting more and more anxious and worried about my credit score. It’s true to say that I’ve not been as organised or efficient as I probably should have been when it comes to making those all-important regular payments. Be that for cell phone contracts, house utility contracts, or, in actual fact pretty much most of my regular payments. I have missed pretty much all of them at one time or another.
About three months ago I decided to get myself really organised and as part of that I requested a copy of my credit score. Not pretty reading. In a bid to try and turn this around I decided to look at the services that The Credit People offer.
The Credit People offer a service that starts to display real results within 60 days and sure enough, bit by bit, my credit score is starting to look more healthier than it has done in a long time It has now become a regular activity for me to constantly review my credit report.
This has also made me more aware of those payments that I have to make on a regular basis and since I signed up with The Credit People I haven’t missed a single payment yet. What I also really like about the credit repair service is that there is no fixed term contract and there is a variety of payment options be it a one-off payment or a regular monthly payment (I’ll let you guess which when I went for) I would be more than happy to recommend The Credit People’s service to anybody in my situation or even anybody who is just a little curious about their credit score. When I first opened my credit report there was some glaringly obvious mistakes which were just adding to the problems that I had caused myself.
These have all been resolved now and I’m sure that the vast majority of people have similar issues on their score which they are just totally unaware of. Looking to the future I’m excited about the possibilities that my new improved credit score will allow me to have I’ve also decided that once my credit score is fixed I will continue to use The Credit People’s service to just keep an eye on things and for my own peace of mind. I put off doing anything about it for a number of years because I thought it would be too difficult to resolve. I was wrong.
Starting a new business does not have to be a hair raising experience. Instead, it can be one that can lead to a lifetime of success and great accomplishments. To start a business is not as easy as it seems however and will require the potential business owner to work assiduously to ensure that real rewards are reaped. There are many steps to be taken to aid the process and some of the steps on how starts new business are listed below Step
1) Find out what type of business is being pursued and go for it. Finding out the type of business that you desire is just the tip of the iceberg but once you achieve this feat, you are well on your way to success. When choosing the type of business be sure to aim for something that you feel everyone or at least most persons would gravitate toward but there may be a limited supply of. For example: a grocery store (people have to eat) or clothing boutique among others.
2) Assess the strengths and weaknesses of starting the business you identified in step 1 above and be as honest as possible in listing each. When you have listed all the strengths and weaknesses, look to see which of the two outweigh the other. If your strengths outweigh the weaknesses, then go ahead to the next step. If not, a more plausible alternative should be sought.
3) Write business plan and stick to it. Be as detailed as possible in writing and be sure to have someone experienced review it for you. Always look over your plan from time to time and and make revisions whenever possible. At the end of the day, if you stick to your plan you are on the path to success.
4) Determine how to fund business. Once your plan has been created and reviewed, go ahead and find sources of funding for it. Decide if you want to take out a loan at a bank or if you want to withdraw from bank account to fund the business. Whatever you choose, make sure it will not run you bankrupt in the long run. Step 5) Start business and promote it using social media, flyers, or other means. The more people know about it the more likely it will be to survive. Do not be scared, do the best you can and your business will survive