Bryan Daly

Bryan Daly avatar on Loans Canada

Bryan completed the Cinema, Video, and Communications program in Dawson College and holds a Bachelor’s Degree in English Literature & Creative Writing from Concordia University. Bryan covers a wide range of topics for Loans Canada, including credit improvement, debt management, and all things related to personal finance. In his spare time, he maintains a passion for editing, writing film and television screenplays, staying fit, and traveling the world in search of the coolest sights our planet has to offer. He aims to pursue the craft of professional writing for many years to come.

LinkedIn
https://www.linkedin.com/in/bryan-daly-09268010b/

Articles written by Bryan Daly

Renting vs. Buying a Home

Renting vs. Buying a Home

The choice between renting a home or purchasing it can be a difficult one to make. Both options certainly have their pros and cons. In the end, your decision should be based largely upon your own personal needs, life goals, and financial well being. Trying to… Read More


Debt Management Products For Credit Users

Debt Management Products For Credit Users

Having trouble handling your mountain of debt? Don’t worry, you’re definitely not alone. In fact, debt troubles are a common issue for many Canadian credit users out there. What’s important, if your debt is becoming a problem, is that you take the proper steps to stop it from… Read More


Lessons to Learn When You’re a Credit Card User

Lessons to Learn When You’re a Credit Card User

Credit cards are the most common form of debt. True, plenty of borrowers have access to mortgages, car loans, lines of credit, etc. However, almost everyone these days has at least one credit card to deal with. They can be useful tools for buying the things… Read More


Accessing Your Home Equity in 2018

Accessing Your Home Equity in 2018

Are you a currently mortgaging a home? Do you have many bills or a big expense on your hands that your income can’t cover? Dipping into your home equity might be the solution you’ve been looking for. Paying down your mortgage and therefore building up… Read More


Understanding Your Credit Score and Credit Rating

Understanding Your Credit Score and Credit Rating

A credit score is a calculated numerical indicator that lenders use to determine whether a person meets their standard of financial responsibility. In Canada, credit scores generally range from 300-900. The closer your score is to the 900 mark, the safer lenders will feel lending to you, as… Read More


Credit Report Canada

Credit Report Canada

A credit report is a thorough, detailed report including all the information in a person’s financial history. Canada’s two credit reporting agencies, Equifax and TransUnion gather all information relating to your credit accounts, then use that information to create… Read More


How to Improve or Fix Your Credit Score in 2018

How to Improve or Fix Your Credit Score in 2018

Is your credit not where you’d like it to be? Is your credit score low? Do you have an unhealthy looking credit rating, history and/or report? Does your bank constantly deny your applications for new credit products? Don’t give up, because Loans Canada has the advice that you… Read More


What is the Average Credit Score in Canada by Age?

What is the Average Credit Score in Canada by Age?

A good credit score is a valuable tool for anyone trying to navigate their financial life. True, making a decent income and saving money are also healthy practices, but a solid credit score is one of the key factors that can put you in… Read More


What is Loan Stacking?

What is Loan Stacking?

In this day and age, it’s not uncommon for Canadians to have multiple types of credit products listed on their credit report. Many borrowers have one or more credit cards, a car loan, a mortgage, maybe even a few personal loans to take… Read More


Note:

All consultations and conversations with Loans Canada and its partners are confidential and risk-free. Speak with a trusted specialist today and see how we can help you achieve your financial goals faster.

Loans Canada and its partners will never ask you for an upfront deposit, upfront fees or upfront insurance payments on a loan. To protect yourself, read more on this topic by visiting our page on loan scams.