Your financial decisions during the COVID-19 pandemic could directly impact your credit score. Fortunately, there are resources and strategies to help consumers during this difficult time.
Not sure what to do when your credit card expires? Getting your new card is often an easy process, but beware of potential fraud opportunities and outdated vendor payments.
A pre-approved credit increase may signal warning bells. Why is your credit card company offering you more money? But it may actually be a good thing for your credit score.
This is how you can get your credit score and improve your rating before applying for a mortgage.
A high credit score is easier to achieve than you think.
Which credit score or credit report should you get in Canada?
Sometimes, it’s hard for students to get credit cards because they don’t have income from a part-time job, or any credit history on their record. In this case, consider these tips on how to build credit as a student.
It’s almost time to head back to school! If you’re starting a student university or college, this may be an exciting time filled with a lot of firsts – including your first credit card. But what should you be looking for in that piece of plastic? Read on to find out!
Churning credit cards, in which applicants sign up for the welcome bonuses and then cancel the card, is a popular practice. Churning can be an effective way to rack up rewards, fast – but it comes with a few risks…
Last week, Equifax reported it had suffered a major data breach, affecting more than 143 million consumers in the U.S. as well as “limited personal information” from Canadian and U.K. consumers. But there are ways to protect your info going forward…