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How a Bankruptcy or Consumer Proposal affects your credit rating

When evaluating your options for how best to deal with unmanageable debt, a Bankruptcy or Consumer Proposal are always worth considering.

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Three effective strategies to help you manage financial stress

Household debt ratios continue to break records across the country. And as more and more people are working to service that debt, many are unable to set aside savings for unexpected expenses.

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How cash-strapped Canadians can navigate rising grocery prices

Given the challenges this year has presented, Canadians don’t need any more bad news. But it appears yet another crisis is about to hit home for many households.

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How you can prepare for life after CERB

The Canada Emergency Response Benefit (CERB) has been a welcome respite for Canadians struggling with the economic fallout of COVID-19.

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How does compound interest compound your financial situation?

This can be highly beneficial when you’re investing because every month you can earn additional interest on the interest you earned over the previous months.

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What you should know about your first credit card

Are you thinking of applying for your first credit card? Or perhaps, you now have your first credit card. Here is what you need to know about your first credit card.

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Household overspending is one of the most common causes of financial insolvency. Unfortunately, it’s also one of the easiest to overlook.

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While the financial picture for many Ontarian households looked bleak last quarter, many have stayed afloat thanks to the current raft of pandemic-related support programs.

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British Columbians concerned about personal finances

The financial picture for many British Columbian households looked bleak last quarter. And even with the current raft of pandemic-related support programs, many are struggling.

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While the financial picture for many Canadian households looked bleak last quarter, many have stayed afloat thanks to the current raft of pandemic-related support programs.

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