How to Take Charge of Your Credit Score in 2020

February 8, 2020 Adrian 0

Heading into the New Year means a fresh start filled with new resolutions and goals to hit in 2020. By now, you’ve likely been exposed to a little something I’d like to call the credit world – whether it was financing a car, renting your first apartment, or planning an interior design upgrade for your home. Surely you have some […]

3 Ways to Raise Your Credit Score

August 25, 2019 Adrian 0

Almost every person is familiar with what a credit score is. Everyone has them, as long as you have taken out some form of a loan, whether it be a car loan, school loan, home loan or a credit card. Stated by a credit repair dallas company, you know that your credit score is important and that the higher it […]

Self Employed? Here’s How to Qualify for a Mortgage

May 5, 2019 Ratehub 0

By Jordan Lavin, for More and more Canadians are taking on some form of self-employment. The side hustle is more popular than ever among millennials, with more people than ever making some money on the side in addition to their regular full-time job. And more than 1.5-million Canadians are fully self-employed, running their own businesses and working for themselves. […]

When Choosing a Credit Card, Pay Attention to Fees

March 11, 2019 usnewsmoney 0

If you’re in the market for a new credit card, there are several things to weigh before making a decision. The card’s annual percentage rate or rewards program may be the first things you zero in on, but don’t overlook the fees a card carries. Why fees make a difference when choosing a card Credit cards can come with a […]

Credit Cards Canadians Should Watch for in 2019

January 31, 2019 Ratehub 0

It’s a New Year and having the right credit card in your wallet can help your budget in a big way in 2019. While at first it may seem odd (and almost counterintuitive) to think that a credit card could help you with your budget, but here’s what it comes down to: picking the right credit card based on your […]

Ways to Pay Down Your Debt Sooner: Debt Avalanche vs. Debt Snowball

January 27, 2019 Sean Cooper 0

I hope you enjoyed the holidays and 2019 is off to a great start for you! By now you’re probably receiving your credit card statement in the mail. If you’re like half of Canadians who live paycheque to paycheque, you’re probably dreading opening it. When you’re swiping and tapping your credit card, it’s easy to lose track of how much […]

Credit Card Side-Perks That You Didn’t Know You Had

November 23, 2018 Ratehub 0

The list of benefits offered by a rewards credit card doesn’t start and end with the ability to earn cash back or travel points. Most also offer a suite of ancillary benefits that deliver considerable value – at no extra cost. From rental car and travel medical insurance to airport lounge access and more, we breakdown some of the lesser-known […]

How Business Owners Can Use Credit Cards to Turn Company Expenses Into Perks

September 21, 2018 Ratehub 0

Aside from offering a straightforward way to increase the size of a company’s proverbial wallet and ability to navigate through times of uneven cash flow, a dedicated business credit card can help entrepreneurs, business owners and freelancers alike rack up lucrative rewards. The best business credit cards offer the ability to accumulate points or cash back on every dollar spent […]

Debts: Myths that you Should Stop Believing Immediately!

July 17, 2018 Ron Johnson 0

The alarming debt levels in America and other parts of the globe haven’t really helped people get rid of the myths that have survived since time immemorial. The financial landscape of the country has changed a lot since the financial meltdown of 2008. Banks, post Recession had only gone on to become more stringent with their lending policies. However, today, […]

Is it Worth Collecting Reward Points?

February 22, 2018 Ratehub 0

By We can all agree that Canadians love their reward credit cards. From travel rewards to cash-back, it’s never been easier to earn something back by charging your everyday purchases to your credit cards. However, over the years, many of the best credit cards in Canada have changed. Some of the programs have been devalued while some cards have […]