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5 budget-friendly gifts for a memorable festive season

The holidays can certainly be the most wonderful time of the year. But with all the pressure to spend, it can also be one of the most expensive and stressful.

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12 holiday budgeting tips to stay jolly into the new year

Make a plan to reduce your holiday season spending – and stress – with our top 12 tips.

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Can working from home help get you out of debt?

Canadians who worked from home found that they were able to save a significant amount of money by not having to travel to a work location each day.

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What is mortgage foreclosure?

Home ownership is a dream for many Canadians; most of whom will require a mortgage to make the purchase possible. A mortgage is a type of secured, typically long-term, and comparatively low-interest loan

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How will I afford it if my mortgage interest rate goes up one percent?

Mortgage rates are going up. How will you afford the increase in monthly mortgage payments?

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Counting down our Top 12 tips of 2021

Why We Overspend (3 Minute Debt Break)

This time of year we think about festivities and fun with friends and family. And sometimes we do it without thinking about finances. Often finances are something we don’t focus enough on through the entire year because we have acquired bad financial...

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What rising interest rates could mean for you

Eight times a year, the Bank of Canada will make an announcement on the key interest rate, and if projections are correct, we are going to see interest rates rise. You could be thinking, what does that mean, how will it affect me, what can I do?

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Children need more financial literacy training in schools, here’s why

Learning doesn’t just happen at school. Teaching children about money and how it works starts at home.

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What are some signs that I’m financially healthy

The average person spends most of their life chasing financial stability. We work, we get paid, and we spend our income on bills, household expenses, retirement savings — and, if we’re fortunate, maybe a little bit of leisure.

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