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How to Remove Tax Liens From Your Credit Report

How to Remove Tax Liens From Your Credit Report

I often get emails from readers of this blog who assume that it’s impossible to get a tax lien removed because it involves the government and the IRS. This couldn’t be further from the truth. In fact, in the case of gett...

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How to Remove Charge Offs From Your Credit Report

How to Remove Charge Offs From Your Credit Report

If you have recently pulled your credit report and noticed a charge off, you might be wondering what that means and how you can get a charge off removed from your credit report. First of all, keep in mind that a charge off entry on ...

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Get Something Removed From Your Credit Report

Get Something Removed From Your Credit Report

Luckily, it is possible to remove something from your credit report before 7 years. In fact, it’s smart to remove negative items from your credit report if you’re trying to clean up your credit for a mortgage or car loan...

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Credit Dispute Letter – Advanced Method

Use this letter to dispute negative information on your credit report. This credit dispute method works much better than disputing online. The key to this method is specifically listing out each inaccuracy in detail so each item has...

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Goodwill Letter / Forgiveness Removal Letter

For older collections and late payments, one of the most successful ways to get an item removed from your credit report is to simply ask the original creditor or collection agency to do so. Note: Goodwill letters are meant to be per...

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Ryan Greeley

Credit Expert & Editor-In-Chief of BetterCreditBlog.org, where he oversees publishing and content creation. In addition, Ryan has written about credit extensively over the past 10 years for publications such as Lifehacker, BuzzFeed, and The Huffington Post.

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