Bad Credit and No Money? What Leslie H. Tayne, Esq. Would Do if She Had to Start Over
We all have to start somewhere. Even financial professionals had to build their credit from scratch. And many have dealt with financial hiccups along the way.
In fact, Leslie H. Tayne, Esq., founder and head attorney at Tayne Law Group, P.C., faced a hefty sum of student loans and a bad credit score as a young professional and single mother. Now, she has a nearly perfect credit score and works with clients dealing with debt every single day. It was her personal journey with that debt that inspired her to help others in difficult financial positions.
In a recent feature in CNBC Select, Leslie details what she would do if she had to start over with no money and bad credit. She discusses her own experience with bad credit and details how she was able to rebuild. From there, she explains how those who are just getting started or struggling can find ways to improve their financial health using her personal experiences and her professional knowledge.
She discusses the importance of increasing cash flow and monitoring your credit regularly. Additionally, she mentions how having a credit card can help build your credit when used responsibly. She also touches on how to manage student loan debt – certainly a timely issue in today’s day and age. And finally, she discusses how to create an effective debt payoff plan. Leslie feels passionate about helping others through these situations because she was once in the same shoes.
Therefore, if you are struggling or just starting your financial journey, Tayne Law Group is here to help. Our team provides personalized solutions tailored to your situation – not a cookie-cutter, one-size-fits-all approach. Call for your free consultation today and let Tayne Law Group help you on the path to a better financial future.