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Is 662 A Good Credit Score – What is a Good Credit Score in Canada?


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What is a Good Credit Score in Canada?│Maybe you know what your credit score is, but how do you know if it’s GOOD? Is it different in Canada than in the US? How do I improve my credit score? Watch this video to find out!

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  1. Ready Set Life Financial Coaching
    July 23, 2021 at 6:03 pm

    I get pretty frustrated when all the financial advice I see is for the states. Or, is not specified so I have no idea if it applies to me! That’s why this video goes over the specifics in BOTH countries. All the info in this video applies in the states and in Canada! – Make sure to check out the links in the description for further reading!

  2. Financially LIT with Margaret
    July 23, 2021 at 6:03 pm

    Very well done video! You broke this down very simply. Subscribed 🙂

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    July 23, 2021 at 6:03 pm

    Question – I have 4 credit cards, and I usually use my amex and visa. Is it okay if I don't use the other two at all? Does that affects anything?

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    July 23, 2021 at 6:03 pm

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  10. 666dynomax
    July 23, 2021 at 6:03 pm

    what happens to credit score when you have your loans all paid, and are bascailly just paying on say a mortgage…. my credit score was 856, i suspect it will go down… and mind you i don't care, i don't think it will go down enough to ever worry about it.

  11. Lazar Yanya
    July 23, 2021 at 6:03 pm

    This advice is all based on the premise that you want to play the Credit Score game. You don't. If you want to buy a big ticket item you have to play the game. Buying a car or a home is about the only time you must play the Credit Score game. Everything else you buy on credit just shows how bad you are at managing your money. If you have a charge card that you have carried a balance for more than 3 months, that's your answer to being bad with money. Take that card and a pair of scissors and cut it up. Place the pieces where you will see them to remind you not to renew the card. Pay off the dept on the card as soon as possible. Carry some cash with you and only use that to buy things. Once you run out of cash you are done until you earn more. Do your best to save 10% of your money for the future problems that will come. Those savings will allow you to make better decisions in the future. If your saving can last you 3 months then you can say no to that bad job offer. If you have a balance growing at 20% on your credit card you have to say yes to the first job offer you get. It is a carrot and the stick system for the poor; you and me. You can't win but you can minimize the pain you have to endure. Don't reach for the Carrot so hard and brace for the stick. The whole point of the Credit Score system is to use up your resources on it until you miss the mortgage trick that will cost you tens of thousands of dollars. Banks make money because they have money. That has been frowned upon from the beginning as being evil and it is. Think of it this way. If the Credit Score is so important than a person with a good credit score will get a better mortgage rate than someone with a bad one. If the best I can do is a 6.5% mortgage but you can get a 5.5% mortgage that 1% difference is worth thousands of dollars. I would be willing to pay you 6% for the mortgage you can get. I pay a little less and you make money. The fact that this never happens is your answer. Good luck to you all.

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  13. jangyman
    July 23, 2021 at 6:03 pm

    Great info …thanks for sharing!

  14. e75short
    July 23, 2021 at 6:03 pm

    Anyone considering checking your credit score DO NOT pay money on those websites. Most institutions will not look at these numbers rather they use Beacon Score which you have no access to.

  15. joel balserphd
    July 23, 2021 at 6:03 pm

    i am very close to get my score up from 630 to ? i only have 2 cc's- 1 with a $500 cl the 2nd $300cl .I owe a total of only $1000 – to date on the 2 cards and a 3rd closed cc with a balance owing of $240 so about $1000 in total that i owe. Should I pay off the 3rd card thats not in use of $240 first then keep paying as much as i can into the 2 cards in force? i want to get my score up fast so what else can i do? open a bank Line of creit or apply for a secured cc? thx alot

  16. DoorToo Door
    July 23, 2021 at 6:03 pm

    i have a CS of 617 and am now paying multiple monthly payments on my 2 ccs, one has a $500 limit the 2nd $300.i have them both almost paid up. i only owe about $100 on the 2 .

    i also have a closed cc with $400 owing on it. and 1 collection of $350 for an old 2016 phone bill. what should i pay off first? the closed cc i owe or the collection? and should i put more $ onto these than my 2 cc i use now?

  17. DoorToo Door
    July 23, 2021 at 6:03 pm

    what about paying into your cc daily say $5-10 is that sensible?

  18. Michael
    July 23, 2021 at 6:03 pm

    amazing video

  19. Chintan Rajani
    July 23, 2021 at 6:03 pm

    Helpful. Thank you very much

  20. destrik
    July 23, 2021 at 6:03 pm

    Hello I’ve recently got a credit card and I have a question, everything you said was explained to me however when I asked the financial advisor I was speaking with this question I didn’t really get much of an answer. I’m assuming because it is an odd question probably not asked very often. But if I put 500$ on my credit card, from my chequings account of money I already have, and use it (so not technically taking any loans from the bank) will I still be building credit from “using my credit card”? Or is it the fact that I am borrowing from the bank, and they want to see I make payments on any debt I have? Thank you and have a great day!

  21. TiffL67
    July 23, 2021 at 6:03 pm

    Hahaha I love the outtakes