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How do I send my kids to school without breaking the bank?

There’s ample evidence showing post-secondary education can support higher income potential and lifestyle goals that otherwise may not be achievable.

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Five resources to increase your money management IQ this financial literacy month

Personal finance can seem like an endless stream of jargon, best practices, and often contradictory advice about what you should do with your hard-earned income.

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How you can get the full vacation experience without the debt hangover

Given all the challenges Canadians have been through so far this year, it’s safe to say everyone deserves an escape. Vacations can be a great way to escape from everyday responsibilities and reconnect with family and friends.

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Millions of Canadians are struggling with debt addiction — a problem that has worsened over more than a decade of historically low interest rates and a growing culture of debt normalization.

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Four strategies for reducing debt in retirement

Recent studies have suggested as many as half of Canadians are retiring in debt.

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Quick tips to calculate and prioritize your debt

Debt can feel overwhelming, and it can be difficult to keep track of everything. Especially as our lives get busier and we have more distractions grabbing at our attention.

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CRA Super Priority and the Mortgage Lender

When looking at lending to a self-employed individual, it is no longer enough to see a copy of their tax returns or notices of assessment.

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Your Best Option (MNP 3 Minute Debt Break)

If you’re struggling to maintain minimum monthly debt payments or don’t see yourself ever getting out of debt on your own, you may consider filing a Bankruptcy. It is one option… but it’s not the FIRST option a Licensed Insolvency...

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Should I check my credit score before speaking to a professional?