If you’ve ever made a late payment on a loan or credit card, your bank could soon be forced to tell other lenders, and you could face higher interest rates.
Were you late paying a credit card bill two years ago? It could soon come back and bite you, especially next time you want to take out a loan.
Looking past her partner’s money habits left one NSW woman divorced and $30,000 in debt. These are the financial red flags you can’t afford to ignore.
How can you make a come back from your bad credit history? Luke Keller, CEO of GetCreditScore.com.au shows us five ways to bounce back.
If you’re thinking about applying for a loan or credit card it can be a good idea to find out your credit score. So how do you go about finding it?
Did you know you might unwittingly be engaging in credit behaviour that may be detrimental to your credit score? Here are three things that can hurt it.