Category Archives: Blog

Our blog about anything credit and finance related.

Post-Summer Update Rebuild Repair Credit

Post-Summer Update Rebuild Repair Credit Intro Well, it’s (past) that time again! Post summer update time. So without further delay here it is, another progress update on Rebuild Repair Credit. To answer reader questions: What has been happening? What is new? What have you been so busy doing? How about future plans for RRC? So… Read More »

Midland Credit Scam Letter

Midland Credit Scam Midland Credit Scam Preface I want to state on record that I am a big fan of free speech. My opinions are my own and fully covered under my free speech rights provided in the Constitution. If you do not know your rights look into them. Retaliation by Midland Credit or any… Read More »

Paid Credit Repair- Rebuild Repair Credit

Credit Repair Are you struggling with finances? Fighting with a loved one or spouse about money? Do you have a low credit score? Do you desire an ideal credit score of 750 and above? Tired of scraping by and living paycheck to paycheck? Do you need paid credit repair? Or paid financial coaching? I was… Read More »

Xero Small Business Accounting Review

Xero Small Business Accounting Review- What is Xero and why do I need it? First, welcome to my Xero Small Business Accounting Review. Running a small business is not easy. There are many things to consider every day. Many small business owners do their own accounting. While this can be a nightmare there is a groundbreaking… Read More »

January 2017 Progress Update

January 2017 Progress Update Intro- January 2017 Progress Update Well it is that time once again. January 2017 Progress Update! I do love this section where I discuss recent events. This should be the usual style if you have been keeping up. I will discuss some recent RRC news first. After, I will give a… Read More »

Christmas- Shocking Blunt Reality

Christmas- Shocking Blunt Reality A Real Christmas Perspective Well, it is Christmas time again. When the tightening in my chest and shortness of breath return. Somewhat akin to the beginnings of a heart attack, I imagine. Everything tries my patience more than it should. I spend time reflecting on perceived injustices of the past year… Read More »