How to Build Credit While You’re Unemployed


While losing your job can certainly be detrimental to your finances, it does not make it impossible to build credit. Leslie will discuss strategies to continue – or start – building your credit, even while unemployed. In her early years, when missed student loan payments caused her credit score to drop, Leslie knew that she had to craft a plan to rebuild her credit and help others do the same. Now, with a credit score surpassing 800, she’ll explain how you can start repairing your score, regardless of employment status.

About Leslie:

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Leslie H. Tayne, Esq. is an award-winning financial attorney and author of the book Life & Debt. She has over 20 years of experience in consumer and business financial debt solutions through the management of the Tayne Law Group, her award-winning debt solutions law firms. She regularly negotiates with large international banks and credit agencies for loans, lines of credit, credit cards, and student loans. Leslie is a frequently sought-out for her expertise on financial, credit and debt topics in the media and as a speaker where she regularly provides insight and strategies regarding all areas of debt and credit-related solutions to outlets like the Huffington Post, Yahoo Finance, US News and World Report, MSN, market watch among many others. Leslie is the go-to expert on debt resolution.

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