How Identity Theft Can Affect Your Financial Stability

29 February 2016

When an identity thief is able to successfully assume your identity, not only can it wreak havoc on your life, but it can also do significant damage to your financial stability. With unauthorized access to your accounts, identity thieves often open new lines of credit in your name, racking up substantial debt that they neglect Read More…

Identity Theft vs. Credit Card Fraud

5 February 2015

Identity theft and credit card fraud are two of the scariest concepts for most modern adults. While Canadians should want to avoid both at all costs, it is important to know the differences between the two, and what each can mean for your personal financing and overall state of sanity and well-being. According to the Read More…

How To Understand Your Credit Score

18 November 2014

Knowing, maintaining and understanding your Canadian credit score is an important part of being financially savvy. Your credit score is essentially a judgment of your financial state at a specific point in time based on a number of relevant factors. When assessing your score – which ranges from 300 to 900 – you will look Read More…