The Well

life insurance online

Is Buying Life Insurance Online A Good Idea?

This post is guest written by our partners at Breathe Life. Live in the moment, plan for your future. As the life insurance industry has slowly caught up with the changing habits of its clients, more and more providers are now… Read More

Breathe Life

September 17, 2018

personal finances

6 Ways To Get Your Personal Finances Back On Track

Everyone wants to save more or be better with their personal finances, but that’s easier said than done. How do you get finances on track if you have no idea where to begin? Fortunately, taking control of your money situation… Read More

Barry Choi

September 13, 2018

Personal Finance,Blog
repair my credit

How Long Does It Take To Repair My Credit?

If you’re looking to get your financial house in order, you may ask yourself: “How long does it take to repair my credit?” It takes time – but it is possible! There are three common mistakes that can negatively impact… Read More

Daniel Teo

September 6, 2018

Personal Finance,Blog,Credit Score Education Centre
interest rates

The Bank of Canada Left September Interest Rate Unchanged: What Does That Mean for Borrowers?

This post is guest written by Penelope Graham of  Zoocasa. Good news for borrowers of floating-rate mortgages: The Bank of Canada (BoC), our nation’s central bank, has left its trend-setting Overnight Lending Rate at 1.5% for the month of September, meaning your… Read More

Penelope Graham

September 5, 2018

what’s the difference between a secured and unsecured loan

What’s The Difference Between A Secured And Unsecured Loan?

This guest post is written by our partners at Fairstone. If you’re researching loans, you may ask yourself, “what’s the difference between a secured and unsecured loan?” We’ve broken down the differences between the loan types to help you decide… Read More


August 28, 2018

Blog,Personal Loans
The Ultimate Guide To Personal Finance For College And University Students

The Ultimate Guide To Personal Finance For College And University Students

Welcome to The Ultimate Guide To Personal Finance For College And University Students, by Borrowell! In this five-part guide, you’ll learn about important personal finance concepts that will prepare you for the next few years of school and beyond. Table of Contents: … Read More


August 22, 2018

Canadian Credit Score

Average Credit Score By Canadian City: Borrowell Study

What city has the highest Canadian credit score? It’s a question we were wondering at Borrowell, so we decided to dive into the data to find out. What city has the highest Canadian credit score? We’ve helped over 600,000 Canadians… Read More

Rachel Surman

August 15, 2018

mortgage mistakes

The Top 10 Mortgage Mistakes Commonly Made By Canadians

I’ve seen a lot of borrowers make a lot of mortgage mistakes in my 11 years in the business. Mortgage shoppers tend to follow similar patterns. They “overstress” mortgage features that matter minimally and they “understress” contractual terms that matter… Read More

Robert McLister

August 13, 2018

how to save money

How To Save Money When You’re On A Tight Budget

You may be wondering how to save money when you’re on a budget. When money is tight, finding ways to save can seem like an impossible task! If you’re barely getting by or are trapped in a cycle of overspending,… Read More

Michelle Summerfield

August 7, 2018

Personal Finance,Blog
Difference Between Hard And Soft Credit Inquiries

What’s The Difference Between Soft And Hard Credit Inquiries?

You may be wondering, “what’s the difference between soft and hard credit inquiries?” Well, it relates to your credit score. Your credit score is a complex number. A large portion of your score depends on how often you make on-time payments and… Read More

Daniel Teo

August 1, 2018

Blog,Credit Score Education Centre