If you've recently gone through bankruptcy, you might be wondering how you can improve your credit score. While it may take some time, there are steps you can take to start rebuilding your credit.
One of the first things you should do is get a copy of your credit report. You're entitled to one free report from each of the three major credit bureaus every year. Review your report carefully to make sure there are no errors. If you see any, dispute them with the credit bureau.
Next, start paying all of your bills on time. This includes any debts you may have from before your bankruptcy. While it may be difficult to make all of your payments, even making some payments can help improve your credit score.
You might also want to consider getting a secured credit card. With a secured credit card, you put down a deposit that becomes your credit limit. This can help you rebuild your credit by showing that you're able to make on-time payments.
Finally, be patient. It takes time to rebuild your credit score after bankruptcy. But if you follow these steps, you can start to see your score improve over time.