Bryan Daly

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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.

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How to Use a Short-Term Loan to Tackle Any Expense

How to Use a Short-Term Loan to Tackle Any Expense

Unfortunately, life isn’t always easy and it’s difficult to predict what’s going to happen to us down the road. Most of us have a basic idea of where we’ll be in the years to come, but the fact is, anything can happen. Some expenses are just too large… Read More


Why Did My Credit Score Drop?

Why Did My Credit Score Drop?

In today’s financial world, your credit score is a versatile tool that can help you in various situations, such as securing loans and other credit products. In fact, your score is one of the main elements used by lenders to determine your creditworthiness, as well as the interest… Read More


How Can I Get a Bank Account for Cheap or Free In Canada?

How Can I Get a Bank Account for Cheap or Free In Canada?

It’s no secret that the older you get, the more money you’re going to spend. Unfortunate, but true. As you progress through life, you’ll add more and more financial notches to your belt. You might put yourself through school, buy a car, maybe mortgage a house and start… Read More


What to Do if Your Car Loan is More Than Your Car is Worth

What to Do if Your Car Loan is More Than Your Car is Worth

In our society, cars are a basic necessity, one that the vast majority of people want at their disposal so they can from point-A to point-B with relative ease. While walking, biking, and public transit may be an option, most drivers would rather the added convenience that comes… Read More


What Happens When You Walk Away From Your Offer On a House?

What Happens When You Walk Away From Your Offer On a House?

It’s no secret that today’s housing market fluctuates regularly. While a nice Canadian home in the suburbs might be worth a lot one year, it might only be worth half that the next. Then again, in popular cities like Vancouver and Toronto, where finding affordable… Read More


Happy Halloween! Freaky Money Facts

Happy Halloween! Freaky Money Facts

Get ready, Canada, because Halloween is fast approaching. One of the most frequent pre-Halloween sightings will, of course, be the excited individuals buying costumes, decorations, and party supplies. And how do they pay for those items before our nation’s beloved day of freakiness? We’ll give you a hint,… Read More


Debt Consolidation Loans: What To Do If Your Application Gets Denied

Debt Consolidation Loans: What To Do If Your Application Gets Denied

While borrowing has almost always been common in Canada, the level of household debt amongst Canadian borrowers has certainly risen over the years. High-interest credit card debt is one of the most often seen forms of debt that people struggle with at one point or another, although debt… Read More


How to Deal With Rising Interest Rates In Canada

How to Deal With Rising Interest Rates In Canada

On Wednesday, July 12th, 2017, with the hopes of giving our country’s economy a much-needed boom, the Bank of Canada raised their benchmark interest rate from 0.5% to 0.75%, equal to about $50 more a month for the average $480,000 variable-rate mortgage. This marks the first rise in… Read More


Your Mortgage Refinancing Appraisal Checklist

Your Mortgage Refinancing Appraisal Checklist

When you’re a homeowner, chances are you’ll have a lot of different things on your mind from day to day. The roof is leaking, the warranty for the water heater is expired, the lawn needs mowing, and of course, the mortgage needs paying. What with all the house… Read More


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