Credit cards are convenient, but it’s wise to be as diligent as possible to avoid unnecessary fees and interest – especially in these situations.
If you think you’ll be getting a return back, you may want to start thinking about what you’re going to do with that extra money.
When it comes to borrowing money, there are plenty of options out there and it can be tricky to know which one may be best suited to you.
You’d be amazed how much progress you can make with a little tenacity and a proper strategy. Here are a few steps for tackling your credit cards.
This is why it’s important to have an emergency buffer for those proverbial rainy days – because they always come eventually.
Everything “credit repair” services charge for, you can easily do yourself – for free. Here's what you need to pay attention to.
Going through your credit file is a great way to take control of your financial standing, but it’s not the easiest thing in the world to decipher.
Credit report errors are more common than you might expect – turns out credit bureaus can make mistakes too.
A debt consolidation loan means one fixed payment, one total debt owed and one interest rate instead of having multiple debts floating around.
published February 27, 2020
Consolidating all your debts into a single payment, with favourable terms may be a good option to consider.
published February 14, 2020