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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Articles written by Bryan Daly

What is a Rent-To-Own Home?

What is a Rent-To-Own Home?

Are you getting fed up of renting apartments? Are you thinking of taking the next step toward buying a house of your own? Maybe you’re still living at your parents’ house, but the thought of moving into an apartment doesn’t seem appealing. Then again, you might want to… Read More


A Lease-To-Own Vehicle Agreement Vs. Traditional Leasing

A Lease-To-Own Vehicle Agreement Vs. Traditional Leasing

When it comes to driving new or used vehicles, there are several different payment options that drivers can choose from, such as leasing, dealership financing, and buying the car right away with one large transaction. The options that are available to you, however, are often dependant on your… Read More


Consolidation: What Is It and How Can It Help My Financial Situation?

Consolidation: What Is It and How Can It Help My Financial Situation?

The number one reality of using loan and credit products? You need to be responsible with them, making your regular payments in full and on time always. Unfortunately, this is a notion that a lot of borrowers don’t consider properly before they sign on the dotted line. Those… Read More


What Happens if I Stop Paying My Credit Card Bill?

What Happens if I Stop Paying My Credit Card Bill?

In North America, debt is a serious problem, particularly when it comes to unsecured credit card debt. Unfortunately, credit cards can be just as much of a burden as they can be a useful financial tool. The responsible use of a credit card (paying your bills on time… Read More


Getting Your Annual Credit Report in Canada

Getting Your Annual Credit Report in Canada

Your credit report is an important part of your financial livelihood. In its own way, your report resembles your medical records. Except in this case, instead of your ailments, vital signs, and prescriptions being on file, your credit usage from the last 6 years is listed. And, just… Read More


The Equifax Breach | The Facts, The Rumours, and What You Need to Do

The Equifax Breach | The Facts, The Rumours, and What You Need to Do

Recently, Equifax, one of the major credit reporting bureaus, announced that this past July the credit report information of approximately 143 million consumers across North America was compromised by hackers. Among the stolen information were details like Social Insurance Numbers (known as Social Security Numbers in the U.S.),… Read More


What is the Minimum Credit Score Required For a Mortgage Approval in Canada (2017)?

What is the Minimum Credit Score Required For a Mortgage Approval in Canada (2017)?

Ah, the credit score. One of the most important financial lifelines you can have and one that can be the difference between you getting approved or denied for various credit products. In fact, the health of your credit score is almost as critical to maintain as your actual… Read More


Ported Mortgages | What Are They and How Do I Get One?  

Ported Mortgages | What Are They and How Do I Get One?  

When the opportunity arises to move out of your current house in favor of a new one, breaking your mortgage contract to do so can be well worth the trouble. The new house might be in better condition, closer to work, or just plain better for your finances. Read More


How Much Car Can I Realistically Afford?

How Much Car Can I Realistically Afford?

Driving is an expensive endeavor, no matter where you live in the world. In Canada especially, our winters can be the stuff of legend. With those winters comes rust, pot holes, black ice that leads to fender benders, and everything else under the sun that causes wear and… Read More


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