Your credit rating affects far more than you think. It doesn’t just dictate your ability to obtain a loan or credit card. It also affects some major financial areas, such as mortgage application, utility contract and mobile contract.
This week we’re avoiding the commercial side of love and romance and instead looking at the true cost. Now we know it may seem cynical, and some of us we will be buying cards and flowers, cooking a romantic meal, or paying for a trip to the cinema over the weekend. However, if you look at how much the average relationship ‘costs’ from first date, through to a marriage proposal, it might make you think twice about getting caught up in the Valentine’s Day bubble.
That’s right QuidCyclers, the frying pan is out and we’re getting ready to have some fun making and eating delicious pancakes in the office…..the big question is chocolate spread or sugar and lemon on top?
Cubie is a hard worker. Cubie wakes up early in the morning, gets the kids ready for school and cleans up the little messes created from their breakfast. Cubie and companion have got a few years of married life under their belt and recently managed to move into the house of their dreams on the outskirts of town. However, funding this move and the toy-fuelled lifestyle of their kids adds up - a few credit cards have been opened and a personal loan has been taken out.