Check out our informative infographic to understand what goes into your credit profile and what it can be used for.
Your credit report holds information relating to your credit history and it helps credit providers, such as banks, financial lenders, telco and utility companies, get a clear picture of your credit worthiness when you make an application for a loan or credit contract.
Chasing a late payment can feel like the most awkward of jobs for the small business owner. These tips show you how to capitalise on a wealth of information now available on your debtors to help avoid those awkward conversations and get paid faster.
Understanding your Equifax Score helps give you confidence when applying for credit. Your Equifax Score is a credit rating between 0-1200 that lenders can look at when deciding whether to accept your application for a loan or credit.
From 12 March additional information is permitted to be collected, held and disclosed by credit bureaus.