Access to credit is important. From renting a car, to having funds in an emergency, to qualifying for a mortgage, credit is often used as an essential part of our day-to-day living and expenses.
Your credit profile and score helps to tell lenders if you are a good credit risk. It can impact your ability to rent an apartment and may even be looked at when you apply for a job or insurance coverage.
As part of your financial outlook, it’s critical that you understand how credit works. This will help you to make better financial decisions that can improve your overall financial well-being, and may help you get the credit you want, when you need it.
Resources for managing and understanding credit
Scotia Smart Money by Advice+
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TransUnion® Credit Score
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