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


Building Your Credit to Buy a House

Building Your Credit to Buy a House

Home-ownership continues to be a dream for most Canadians, but this goal is often out of reach for many who still struggle with a poor credit score. Most conventional lenders typically require a healthy credit score of anything over 680, though there are loan options available to those… Read More


How to Get Free Credit Repair

How to Get Free Credit Repair

It’s pretty easy to end up with bad credit. Even one missed payment, that’s more than 30 days overdue, can negatively impact your credit score. As soon as the credit reporting agencies get wind of your missed payment, your credit score will take… Read More


Life After a Consumer Proposal: Fastest Way to Build Credit

Life After a Consumer Proposal: Fastest Way to Build Credit

Many Canadians struggle with their finances, forcing them to seek out options to help them alleviate their debt. A well-known debt solution option is bankruptcy, which can offer consumers protection from creditors who may seek to launch lawsuits in an effort to recoup… Read More


RBC Considers Blockchain Tech to Automate Credit Scores

RBC Considers Blockchain Tech to Automate Credit Scores

Blockchain technology could be used as part of a new way to automate the credit rating system in the world of lending thanks to the Royal Bank of Canada. The blockchain has arrived in a huge way. This technology is seemingly everywhere and is taking over… Read More


Credit Counselling in British Columbia

Credit Counselling in British Columbia

Most Canadians carry some form of debt, whether it’s a mortgage, auto loan, or credit card. Having a certain amount of debt is alright if you’re able to keep up with your bills, but carrying so much that your income can’t comfortably cover… Read More


Credit Counselling in Newfoundland and Labrador

Credit Counselling in Newfoundland and Labrador

The amount of consumer debt in Canada is high and has been on the rise for the past several years. No province is immune to that rise in debt, but there are some provinces that are doing better than others. Unfortunately for those… Read More


Credit Counselling in Prince Edward Island

Credit Counselling in Prince Edward Island

Each province has their own struggles with debt from time to time, but few have it as bad as Prince Edward Island. While PEI doesn’t have the most consumer debt in terms of the amount it carries per capita, they do have one… Read More


Credit Counselling in Quebec

Credit Counselling in Quebec

Debt is a problem that everyone faces from time to time, no matter where they are from. About half a decade ago, the people of Quebec were largely struggling with rapidly rising levels of debt. Things weren’t looking good, but over the last few years, the province managed… Read More


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