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Making time to deal with your debt

In less time than it takes to scroll through one of the streaming services to find your next series or movie to watch, you can focus on your debt and have a plan to keep it under control.

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Credit cards can be a valuable tool for personal finance. If you can control the spending, and pay off the balances regularly there are no issues. But it’s easy for credit card spending to get out of control. Before you start cutting that plastic...

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DIY Debt Solutions: When They Work, and When They Don’t

Thousands of individuals across Canada are coping with financial stress, and addressing their increasing debt can be an overwhelming process. Personal debt has left them juggling bills, payments, and priorities without a clear path towards financial freedom....

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How rising interest rates impact your financial health

The first step in understanding your financial health is to understand how the rise of interest rates will affect your unsecured debts. The most common types of unsecured debts are lines of credit and credit cards.

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Start saving now for Christmas 2022

It’s never too early to start saving for Christmas spending. The sooner you include this in your monthly budget, the easier it will be to manage those upcoming expenses and start the following year off without any additional debt.

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Father’s Day – What has changed financially between generations?

Between generations and over the years, our behaviours, attitudes and approach to finances have changed dramatically.

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The relationship between mental and financial health

Compromised mental health is a concern for many reasons — including its negative economic impacts. At the same time, financial stress can certainly adversely affect mental health.

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Just out of high school? Build your first adult budget.

Creating strong budget habits early in adult life is essential to building a pathway to financial independence. To start, you will need to learn to create a budget.

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The bills are piling up. You’re constantly getting calls from creditors. You borrow money from friends and family but it doesn’t seem to be helping. You know that you need to do something, but … what exactly do you do? You don’t...

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What are good reasons to borrow money?

You have probably heard, more than once by now, that not all debt is created equal. Some types of debt can actually be beneficial, where others can put your personal and family well-being at risk.

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