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About the Course


Are you planning to make a significant purchase, such as buying a new car, your first home, or perhaps a business? Do you know that lenders use your credit score to determine your interest rate and other terms when you are seeking financing? Do you want to learn how to improve your credit score? Or how to deal with any errors reported on your credit report?

The course is an intense in-person one-day session that teaches learners the importance of credit ratings and how to improve their credit scores. Learners will leave with an implementable plan to help them on their way to securing a higher credit score which helps them qualify for better lending offerings and the financing needed to make major purchases such as owning a home or funding for a business.

Who Should Attend?

  • Individuals who want to learn about securing lending and the impact of credit

  • Individuals who have a low credit score and want to establish a plan for improving their score

  • Individuals who want to learn about the different types of credit cards and other types of lending for individual consumers and which are the best options

Supercharging Your Credit




1 Day

Your Instructor

Sylvia Singleton, MSA, MST, CPA

Sylvia Singleton, MSA, MST, CPA

Sylvia is a Certified Public Accountant with an extensive career in corporate accounting, business management, finance, public accounting, financial planning, and teaching at the university level. She has worked as a Financial Advisor serving high-net-worth individuals. She currently serves business clients and families at the firm, helping them with their financial planning and wealth management needs. Visit the About page to learn more about Sylvia.

Honesty Disclaimer: This course offering is an educational tool and should not be relied on as a guarantee of success.  Success takes a significant commitment to growing your business or asset portfolio.  Each entrepreneur or investor will have a different result depending on their efforts and dedication to achieving identified goals; thus, some may not be successful.

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