Welcome to the Credit Score Blog! The Credit Score Blog is a personal finance blog focusing on all things credit and debt related. Each day, the blog features new articles written by a team of experts on a myriad of debt related topics such as credit scores, credit reports, credit cards, student loans, consumer debt, bankruptcy, and other credit related topics.
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Jeffrey Trull is a writer and blogger with a passion for helping others pay down debt, use credit wisely, and spend on things they love. With two degrees in engineering, he has always loved working with numbers. Jeffrey recently celebrated becoming debt-free in 2011, and he encourages others on their journey to do the same. Inspired by Get Rich Slowly and I Will Teach You to Be Rich, Jeffrey also writes on his own personal finance blog, Money Spruce. You can reach Jeffrey on Google+ or Twitter.
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