If you are doing everything you can, how long does it take for your credit score to go up significantly?

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We lost our business and nearly sank the boat a few years ago . Now, in the last three years we have great history, a new credit card , but you always pay very little ( $ 300 limit lol ... ) , and I made sure that all I could afford, said to be paid on our credit reports . We have also paid religiously car payment and student loan payments through these difficult times . The numbers do not seem to be increasing. Is there light at the end of the tunnel ?
Answer1NHSdogsAnswered at 2012-11-05 23:44:25
The best way to improve your credit score is to pay all your bills in a timely manner. Slow and steady wins the race. Also be sure all your accounts actually report to the credit bureaus
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