Is your score being haunted by a debt, bankruptcy or registered item? By law, negative information can only stay on your credit report for a certain length of time, typically up to a maximum of 6 years. But this could be longer or shorter based on…
If you’ve been following along with our debt-free journey since the beginning of the year, you can likely see the finish line from here. So what will your life be like after your final debt repayment? Here are some strategies to keep up the good habits in 2017.
If you’ve fully used up your credit limit but you’re still hoping to improve your credit score, there are a few ways to do so. Read on for some tips that will help ensure your score bounces back in the future.
If you’ve been following along with our debt free journey, you’re now more than halfway through your plan to erase all your debt by 2017. Here are some ways to reward yourself to stay motivated right through to the end.
It’s almost the end of June and if you’ve been following our 12-month plan to becoming debt free, you’ve now reached the halfway mark! Whether you’re meeting your goals or have fallen behind, here are some tips on how to keep going and be debt free by the end of 2016.
Want to start 2016 off on the right financial foot? Here’s how to actually stick to your financial resolutions, and see real change for your wallet this year.
The small things really do add up. Your daily interest cost is what your debt costs you on an everyday basis – and the amount may shock you! Here’s how to calculate yours, and pay down your debt faster.
The latest Equifax Canadian debt levels report finds consumers owe a total of $1.5 Trillion! Why are our debt levels so high – and how can you minimize yours, especially during the pricey holiday spending season? Read on for our tips.
Personal debt can be just that – intensely private information that many are uncomfortable sharing. However the most recent debt poll from RBC finds three quarters of us are carrying debt of some kind. It’s time to be transparent to break the cycle and get back into the black.
Mortgages Spotlight: Genworth reports a decline in mortgage insurance defaults, and Canadians take a cautious approach to their debt.