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how to avoid overspending this holiday season

How To Avoid Overspending This Holiday Season

It really is the most wonderful time of the year! But it’s not always the easiest season on your wallet. Between the holiday get-togethers, traveling to see friends and family, and ringing in the new year – the holiday season… Read More

Rachel Surman

December 10, 2018

Personal Finance,Blog
best cash-back credit cards

The Best Cash-Back Credit Cards of 2018 In Canada

If you don’t like to travel and don’t really care for earning points that can be redeemed for merchandise, then a cash-back credit card is the perfect choice for you. That’s why we’ve rounded up the best cash-back credit cards… Read More

Barry Choi

November 24, 2018

Credit Cards,Blog
best travel credit cards

The Best Travel Credit Cards In Canada Of 2018

Travel credit cards can make your plans to see the world a lot easier. If you’re new to travel credit cards, it’s a type of card that allows you to earn points towards flights and free hotel stays through various rewards… Read More

Barry Choi

November 23, 2018

Credit Cards,Blog
best low interest credit cards

The Best Low-Interest Credit Cards Of 2018 In Canada

No one ever plans to go into credit card debt, but sometimes life happens. The thing is, once you start carrying a balance without a plan to pay it down, things can get out of hand quickly when you’re paying… Read More

Barry Choi

November 21, 2018

Credit Cards,Blog
the importance of on time payments

The Importance Of On-Time Payments

You may have heard that making on-time payments is the key to having a good credit score. But just how important is it to make your payments on time? The importance of on-time payments Making payments on time, also known as… Read More

Robert Palumbo

October 18, 2018

Blog,Credit Score Education Centre

The Best Long Weekend Getaways In Canada For Summer And Fall

With summer finally here, it’s time to get out and enjoy the Canadian outdoors. Chances are you already have your summer holidays booked, but have you considered getting away for a long weekend this summer, or even this fall? Canada… Read More

Barry Choi

June 15, 2018

Personal Finance,Blog
Digital Literacy Day

Happy Digital Literacy Day! How Digitally Literate Are You?

Did you know May 31 is Digital Literacy Day in Toronto? As a financial technology company, we at Borrowell think this is an incredibly important day – considering the technological revolution the world is currently experiencing. Technology is completely changing the… Read More

Rachel Surman

May 31, 2018

Blog,News
the pizza principle

Financial Planning 101: The Pizza Principle

One of the best definitions of financial planning was suggested by a team of Canadian university professors who boiled it down to a single question: “What course of action will help me maximize my standard of living – in the… Read More

Michael Wickware

May 25, 2018

Blog,Insurance
frugal tips to save money

7 Frugal Living Tips To Help You Save Money

Wouldn’t you love to hold onto more of your money? Have you ever wondered what makes frugal people so, well, frugal? Learning to live a more frugal lifestyle is one of the easiest ways to keep money in your wallet.… Read More

Michelle Summerfield

March 9, 2018

Personal Finance,Blog
free credit monitoring

Study: Monitoring Your Credit Score Can Help Improve It Over Time

A study conducted by Borrowell, Canada’s leading credit monitoring company, has found a positive relationship between the frequency of credit score monitoring and credit score increase over time. Drawing from user data, the study also reported that customers with lower… Read More

Rachel Surman

February 21, 2018

Studies