Now that you have a higher score,
you should take a moment to enjoy the feeling. Then, apply for the loan you had
your eye on, or apply to the job you wanted. You can even renegotiate the
premium of your homeowner’s or auto insurance, or go forward with starting your
But to make an effort to take care
of your new credit score. Don’t acquire debt for the sake of spending money.
Now is not the time for a meaningless shopping spree on your newly available
credit line. While it can be easy to succumb to temptation or fall into old
patterns of using credit irresponsibly, by maintaining self-control and making
logical decisions, you can become the master of your financial future.
Instead of risking your new credit
score, be smart about your actions. Plan ahead for your expenses, and stick to
your plan. Treat your new credit score kindly, and you can make the choices
that can take your credit score to even newer heights.Remember, good credit
customers pay off their ENTIRE balance in full every month. By putting this
into practice, you will be repaid with more favorable rates and better
financial options for the rest of your life.
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