To cut right to the chase, the point in choosing a savings account versus putting cash in mason jars buried in the back yard is to make money. Therefore, talking interest rates should be the first order of business, whether speaking to a banker in person or shopping for an account online. When it comes to finances, the result of choosing the right savings account can create money-making opportunities now and far into the future.
We will now focus on what exactly we can do to either maintain our good credit score or get out of a bad situation. Note that not all debt is created equally, and precedence should be given to those debts that will have a hefty effect on you and which will cost you more to haul.
Perhaps the most important variable which impacts your score is your payment history. In fact, according to many, your payment history comprises 35% of your total credit score and is considered to be the most fundamental factor when it comes to calculating your credit score.
Though we all want to be responsible with our money there’s no denying the temptation to overspend during the holidays. From parties to gift giving, the season can be as expensive as it is joyous.
In early May, Toronto was the latest of a host of municipalities to crack down on payday lenders. They imposed bylaws to restrict business activities by limiting the number of physical locations and requiring operators to be licensed. Meanwhile, the Ontario government had already decreased the cost of a payday loan from $21 to $15 this year.
The holiday season creates pressure to spend—but many people find themselves short of cash. Either way, the children still need their prezzies and people still want to make the holidays a special time for their families. With flexible short term loans, Magical Credit gives Canadians a better financial option to get through the spending-heavy holiday season.
Magical Credit, the short term lender known for helping its customers get out of the payday loan cycle through manageable low monthly payments, has added a new product to its offering for those farthest in the deep-end.
There’s no magic behind the success of Toronto-based subprime lender Magical Credit. Rather its rise is largely tied to advent of what’s referred to as the fintech revolution. The upstart financial company has quickly established a niche in the Canada’s lending marketplace as online provider of medium-term, fixed loans to Canadians in a cash flow crunch often with nowhere else to turn.
More and more Canadians are turning to installment loans as high-interest payday loans continue to build a bad rap in the alternative financing world. In this feature, Magical Credit explains installment loans, a better alternative to the familiar payday loan.
Unlike other Canadian lenders, Magical Credit does not make applicants jump through an unsightly amount of hoops in order to be approved for a simple quick cash loan. When it comes to the holiday season, this difference is paramount for consumers with apparent bad credit.