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What does your credit score mean?

Basically, a credit score is like a report card for your finan. Each purchase you make on credit affects a 3-digit score set between 300 and 900. The higher your score, the better your financial reputation.

March 5, 2019

Rebuilding Credit

Re-establishing Credit After Bankruptcy

People often express concern over the affect filing bankruptcy will have on their credit score, as well as their ability to re-establish credit after filing bankruptcy. The answers to these questions can be somewhat complex, depending on the circumstances.

January 12, 2019

Bankruptcy, Rebuilding Credit

Bankruptcy and Credit: Will I still be able to get credit in the future?

Thousands of Canadians file bankruptcy every year, and most of those Canadians have similar concerns. One common concern is that they will end up with terrible credit after the bankruptcy process is complete. 

September 21, 2018

Bankruptcy, Rebuilding Credit

How are credit scores calculated?

If you’ve found yourself with a bad credit score, you may be concerned with how you got to this point and how to recover. There are several factors that could have resulted in your bad credit score. Let’s take a look at those factors. 

July 4, 2018

Rebuilding Credit

Credit Scores - Defined

On a basic level, a credit score is like a report card. Each purchase you make on credit affects a 3-digit score set between 300 and 900. The higher your score, the better your financial reputation.

May 11, 2018

Rebuilding Credit

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