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Use this tool to help you make sense of your debt consolidation plan. You'll be able to determine how much money you can save by consolidating your debts into one lower interest rate loan.
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Let’s talk about how lenders use these two types of credit checks for different reasons and more importantly, how they affect your credit score.
Follow these tips to help build your credit score and position yourself well for the years ahead.
Here’s how to build good credit if you’re a student with a limited financial history.
Here’s a closer look at why cancelling a credit card may actually hurt your credit score (and a few times it makes sense to close your account).
When used correctly, it can be a great strategy for getting ahead and positioning yourself for a strong financial future.
There are a few moments that everyone remembers in their life. Their wedding day, graduations, and the birth of their children. For some, becoming debt free is one of the best days of their lives.
Have you found yourself in a spot where it seems you have too many debts and too many payments to make every month, making it hard to achieve your financial goals?
Here are some tips to help you focus and reach your financial goals.
Learn the top myths about consumer proposal and bankruptcy. Consumer proposal or bankruptcy should always be considered last resorts. Try consolidating your debts or talking to your lenders first.
The first thing to do when in financial distress is to take a deep breath and tell yourself there are options. Let’s take a look at what can be done.