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FinanceSeptember 15, 2021

8 myths about Canadian credit scores newcomers need to know

Having a good credit history and credit score is fundamental for your long-term financial success in Canada. Your credit score is an indicator of your creditworthiness and you’ll need a good credit score to qualify for loans, mortgages, and even apartment rentals.  As a newcomer in Canada, you might [...]

FinanceJanuary 3, 2020

Credit in Canada: What every newcomer needs to know

When coming to any new country, newcomers are met with a whole new set of rules, products and ways of doing things. In Canada, most newcomers will be taken by surprise when asked about credit and credit scores and the important role they play in Canadian life – even [...]

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