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How To Help Your Credit Score – Rondi Lambeth

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Are you self employed? That is the way to go as far as for tax reasons. How will being self employed impact your credit score? In order to help your credit score if you are self employed, make sure you are getting paid and are writing yourself a paycheck. It is required by the IRS if you own a corporation to pay yourself. Watch the video to find out how you can help your credit score if you are self employed.

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