Learn about your credit rating

If you’re wondering how likely you are to be accepted for a loan (or any other type of credit for that matter), you may be surprised to learn that it’s not all about how much you earn. Lenders are also looking at your credit score and credit report.

If you’re not sure what either of these are, let alone how to go about improving them, the following articles will tell you everything you need to know about being credit savvy.

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What do lenders see when they look at me?

What do lenders see when they look at me?

What affects my credit score?

What affects my credit score?

What’s the difference between a credit score and a credit report?

What’s the difference between a credit score and a credit report?

The electoral roll and your credit rating

The electoral roll and your credit rating

Credit reports and what your credit score means

Credit reports and what your credit score means

How to improve your credit score

How to improve your credit score

Representative example: £480 loan repayable over 9 months. 9 monthly repayments of £106.56. Rate of interest 133.1% p.a. fixed. Representative 535% APR. Total amount payable is £959.04

Warning: Late repayment can cause you serious money problems. For help, go to moneyadviceservice.org.uk

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