What is considered a good credit score and how can you improve your rating? Test your fundamental knowledge of credit scores with this quiz.
Your credit report contains a plethora of information and can show you more than just your credit score. Here is how to make sense of those codes and numbers.
TransUnion survey suggests millennials and Gen Z hardest hit with job losses and reduced hours.
Learn the truth about your credit score, and how lenders view your creditworthiness.
A mortgage payment deferral is not the same thing as payment forgiveness. You’ll still be responsible for the missed payments and the interest on the payments.
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.
Credit Karma and Borrowell credit scores will differ from Equifax and TransUnion scores. Lenders use FICO scores which differ from the other four scores. Why?
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…
A new year provides the perfect opportunity to mentally give yourself a clean slate and get a handle on your finances. Are you planning on saving more this year? Investing? Paying off debt? No matter your resolution, you first need to gain a clear understanding of where you stand financially. And in order to do so, here are a few things you should know so you can best leverage your hard-earned dollars.
New data shows that the average Canadian’s debt level has risen by 2.7 per cent year over year, while at least a quarter of respondents of a recent debt poll say they will never be debt free. Despite those figures, Canadians are looking to a brighter financial future.