Credit Simple News

Happy wife, happy financial life

CreditSimple.co.nz delves into the attributes of high and low credit scorers, finds marriage means you’re financially responsible. Financially responsible Kiwis are likely to be married, have two or three kids, are university educated, and probably don’t smoke, according to research from finance business CreditSimple.co.nz released in 2017. Credit Simple’s research of more than 2.2 million people shows that 60 per cent of those living in areas with a high average credit score are married, but those in areas with lower…

read more
Read more
Credit Simple in the media

You may have seen us on your TVs or screens recently – and it’s true, we’ve had a few media appearances recently! In case you missed it, why not check out the videos? David on The Cafe Our CEO, David speaks with Holly about Credit Simple’s money tracking tool – Money Simple. Credit Simple TV Commercial In just 30 seconds, learn what Credit Simple can do for you.

read more
Read more
Introducing Credit Simple for Business: See your business credit score and information instantly, online and free

When we launched Credit Simple, we did so with the aim of helping Kiwis live their best financial lives. And since launching in September 2016, we’ve added to free credit scores by creating Money Simple, a spend tracker, and Clear Name, a way for people to pay off unpaid defaults at a discount. Now, we’re launching a new tool for directors. It’s called Credit Simple for Business, and it allows you to see credit score, report information, risk profiling and…

read more
Read more
Introducing Money Simple, Credit Simple’s new finance and budget tracker

Aussies seem to be having a hard time budgeting, so we just released an online budget tracker to help solve that problem. It’s called Money Simple, and just like Credit Simple, it’s online and free. You can access Money Simple by logging in to your Credit Simple account or signing up with Credit Simple, and clicking on the Money Simple tab. It pulls in information from all the major banks, so you can see your spending information in real time.…

read more
Read more
Millennials not as bad at budgeting as we think, suggests research

In the battle between Millennials and Baby Boomers for who has it the hardest and who is to blame for young people not being able to buy property and get ahead financially in New Zealand, one thing is clear from recent research we commissioned: they’re both better off than the in-between Generation X when it comes to budgeting and knowing where their money is going. When asked, “In general, how sorted are your finances?” one in four Millennials and one…

read more
Read more
Are you paying too much for your power? Cold Kiwis are hungry to switch suppliers, research shows

On the brink of winter, research* we commissioned last month reveals a huge chunk of Kiwis are prepared to switch electricity providers to get access to a better deal. A whopping 73% told us they’d be keen to switch, while a shocking 53% said they cut back on heating their homes in winter due to the cost. To help Kiwis get the best deal possible on their power, we’ve launched a nationwide crowdsourcing campaign to bargain for lower energy prices. “It…

read more
Read more
  • 1
  • 2