If you want to make sure you pay as little as possible for the credit that you are taking out, we suggest that one of the best ways to achieve this is to make sure your credit score is as healthy as possible.
We carried out a survey to see if consumers understood the relationship between their credit score and how much they pay for their borrowing; and if they did, what were they doing about it.
Most of us like a good deal – and that’s definitely the case when it comes to borrowing money. The better your credit score, not only are you more likely to get accepted when you apply for credit, but you’re also going to get the better deals, in the form of lower interest rates.
So if maintaining a good credit score is the key to cheaper borrowing, how credit savvy are you when it comes to making sure your score is in the best shape? Read more →