By Tim Kowols
The first step to achieving your financial resolution is taking a look at your “report card.” Your credit report gives you a look at the information received from the country’s three credit bureaus regarding your financial history. After making sure that your personal information like name, address, and social security number are up to date and correct, Gay Pustaver from Money Management Counselors suggests taking a look at your account history.
If there are errors on your credit report, Pustaver recommends writing a letter to the credit bureau asking for a clarification or dispute what is showing. You can listen to the entire Money Management Monday interview with Gay Pustaver below.