Your bankruptcy will remain stays on your
credit report for 6 years after discharge, and a proposal for 3 years after completion.
You can begin repairing your credit by paying your ongoing bills, like your cellphone, are
paid on time. Once your process is complete, you can be more proactive.
Here are two useful tips to you get started: 1. Get a secured credit card. Use it just
a little, and always pay it in full. Keep in mind that the objective is rebuilding your
credit, not buying things. 2. Order a copy of your credit report once
a year (free by mail) to keep track of the information in your credit report. This
will give you a better understanding of your credit situation and allow you to catch and
fix any mistakes.