6 Ways to Rebuild Your Credit – Real Simple
- October 8, 2021
- By: Greenpath Financial Wellness
Excerpt from Real Simple discusses ways to reestablish credit with insight from Financial Wellness Expert, Katie Bossler. Read the full article.
- More than 30% of American have a credit score below 670, which is defined as “fair” or “poor.” If you fall in this category, it’s not too late to do something about it!
- “Your credit is not a terminal illness,” says Katie Bossler, quality assurance specialist at GreenPath Financial Wellness. “It’s very fixable.”
- She shares many people feel shame, but many people are simply not educated about credit, and often, credit scores decline for reasons outside of one’s control.
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Katie Bossler has been with GreenPath since 2003. She currently serves as a Quality Assurance Specialist and is based out of our Detroit office. Katie passionately believes everyone can achieve financial wellness and is grateful to dedicate her work to help GreenPath remix the American Dream so it works for everyone.