Month: January 2020

What is a student loan?

  Do you need extra money as a student, for example for your driver’s license or internship abroad? Then you can borrow money in the form of a student loan at the bank. The loan form of student loans differs from bank to bank, just like the amount that you can borrow. Maximum student credit Read More

How do banks hide credit commissions?

Hard times have come for banks – fierce competition, low-interest rates, bank taxes and commission returns on loans repaid earlier, but despite this their income is not falling, and if so – to a small extent. How do they earn money? Of course, on hidden commissions! Everything for free (almost). Personal accounts are free, as Read More

Living without a credit card is possible

Like most consumers, you think having credit cards is handy. Worse yet, you may feel that living without them is literally impossible! Really? Reminder of the dangers associated with these credit instruments and some advice to learn how to do without them. Nearly 76 million credit cards are in circulation in Canada. However, according to Read More