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Bank of Canada Announcement

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As you know, your variable rate mortgage, line of credit and/or student loans are all based on the Prime Rate and here is your personal update from me on the recent Bank of Canada announcement on changes to their Overnight Rate which in most cases impacts your Prime Rate. 667 more words


The Importance of Good Credit: Building Your Credit Score

Talking about money isn’t everyone’s cup of tea (unless you’re spending it of course), but being financially responsible is still an important part of being an adult.   622 more words


Taking the credit

You can be proud
and think this goodness is the work of your hands,
but then a great wall is separating me from you

© Meisaan Chan


4 Credit Traps to Avoid this Year

Hopefully your first months of 2017 have gotten off to a great start. In the spirit of keeping things in good nick, here are four credit traps to avoid in 2017… The post 4 Credit Traps to Avoid this Year appeared first on Credit Savvy. 6 more words

Credit Industry News

Apple Pay Japan 'New Life' Promotion Brings Support For Six New Credit Cards

(Source: www.macrumors.com)

As noted by Japanese blog

As part of its “New Life” campaign, Apple has added more firms to its list of participating card issuers: APLUS, EPOS, JACCS, Cedyna, POCKETCARD and Life all now offer some sort of reward as part of the promotion. 232 more words


Debt Consolidation Plans - The Saviour to Your Credit Woes?

(Source: blog.moneysmart.sg)

In Singapore, we’re really helpful. When an accident happens on the road, we always slow down our vehicles to make sure that no one is seriously injured. 298 more words

Money Matters

New way for companies to pay their suppliers, vendors

(Source: www.straitstimes.com)

United Overseas Bank (UOB) has released an online payment option for firms that will help them raise productivity and manage costs.

The UOB virtual payment solutions suite lets firms pay vendors and suppliers through a virtual corporate credit card account, even if they do not take card payments. 287 more words

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