Shari is a Freelance Writer, specializing in personal finance, business blog content and education. She enjoys taking complex information and putting it into a form the average consumer can understand. When she is not working, she homeschools her children, supports her husband in business, and enjoys traveling with her family.
Articles written by Shari Talbot
If you have ever opened a cell phone account with a monthly plan, applied for a credit card or secured a loan, you have a credit report. If you’ve had open accounts for several months, you’ll have a credit score too. Many Canadians… Read More
Most Canadians don’t think about their credit score until they need to. When it’s time to take out a mortgage or purchase a new car, this trivial little number becomes a lot more important. If You’ve Been Using Credit, You Have a… Read More
Have you ever looked up your credit score? If you haven’t, you should. It’s important to keep on top of the details of your credit report and make sure your credit score is accurate since it can help you secure a job, rent an apartment… Read More
If you’ve never needed to apply for a loan or rent an apartment, it’s possible that you don’t know much about your credit score. It’s a handy piece of information to have though. You should know what your score is and, more importantly, you should understand the information… Read More
If you’ve never looked up your credit report or score, we can’t recommend enough that you do. It’s important for all Canadians to understand how their financial state affects not only their ability to obtain credit but how it can influence other areas of their lives as well. Read More
Uh-oh. You’ve missed a payment. Maybe the cable bill slid down behind the desk or the postal strike meant you didn’t receive your cell phone statement. Maybe an emergency expense popped up and you didn’t have the cash to pay your utilities last… Read More