Exposing too much of your personal information in your everyday life? What can you do about it? We’ve got 5 tips to help protect yourself from identity theft.
Comprehensive Credit Reporting is just around the corner. Find out what it means for you and what you can do to get ready.
At Credit Savvy, we’re committed to demystifying the world of credit. We’ve created an infographic to take you through a year in the life of Jake and his credit score.
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What’s in a credit score? How are they calculated? We’ll attempt to solve the mystery here.
Did you know that a good credit score could give you access to lower interest rates from some risk-based pricing lenders? That could mean some pretty decent savings on your repayments!
Happy End of Financial Year! If you’re falling a little short of your 2015 New Year’s resolutions, now is the perfect time to start fresh.
Has checking your credit score helped you better understand your credit health? We’d love to hear your story!
My partner’s already got their credit score so I don’t need to bother, right? If only! You definitely should.
Here at Credit Savvy, we’re worried that Joe Hockey may be missing out and unwittingly damaging his credit score! Press coverage in the past week indicates that Mr. Hockey has two properties in his name, however four are listed as owned by his wife, investment banker, Melissa Babbage. Something to consider when making applications for credit, especially when considering real estate, is that if all applications are made in the name of one partner, the other person may not build up their credit file. This could affect their ability to get credit in the future. We’d like to invite Mr. Hockey to sign up and see where he currently stands. As our MD Dirk says, “We think it is especially important to know what’s on your file so you can see where you stand, check for errors and make sure you are in the best possible position for your next credit…