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Ten Tips That Will Keep You from Overspending

Ten Tips That Will Keep You from Overspending

Ten Ways to Avoid Overspending A lot of people have trouble sticking to their budgets. Here are some tips that can help you avoid overspending. Shop with a List Before you go shopping, make a list of what you need to buy. Then, when you get to the store, don’t deviate...
How to Use a Credit Card Responsibly

How to Use a Credit Card Responsibly

Using a Credit Card Wisely There are many benefits to using a credit card. If done responsibly, it helps build your credit rating, provides security and convenience when shopping, and – depending on which card you have – you may even earn some rewards. However, credit...
How to Know if you Need to Downsize your Home

How to Know if you Need to Downsize your Home

Should You Downsize your Home? Downsizing your home is a big decision and it’s often an emotional one. However, for many people, it can be the right decision to make. Moving from a big, expensive home into a smaller, less expensive one, can help you financially. Plus,...
How to Deal with a Sudden Job Loss

How to Deal with a Sudden Job Loss

Handling a Sudden Job Loss Losing your job is incredibly difficult, especially when the job loss is sudden. When you experience an unexpected job loss, it’s very common to feel anxious, stressed, worried, and even scared. Losing your job affects your life in many...
How To Keep Yourself Out of Credit Card Debt

How To Keep Yourself Out of Credit Card Debt

Tips for Staying Out of Credit Card Debt Credit card debt is incredibly difficult to get out of. Most credit cards charge very high interest rates and, once you owe a lot of credit card debt, it becomes very difficult – and very expensive – to pay it off. Many people...
What to Do if You Lose Your Job

What to Do if You Lose Your Job

A Job Loss, Your Money, And How to Deal Losing your job can be incredibly difficult to deal with. Almost half of Canadian employees are living paycheque-to-paycheque, the amount of debt held by Canadian households has been rising for about 30 years, and housing...