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Tips for Speaking With Creditors

Tips for Speaking With Creditors

How to Handle and Negotiate with Creditors A lot of people who have high levels of debt tend to avoid calls with creditors. They’d rather not hear from them and, sometimes, they eve refuse to pick up the phone when creditors call. This is a natural reaction, but it...
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...
Improving Your Finances in 2019

Improving Your Finances in 2019

How to Have a Better Financial Year in 2019 The new year is upon us. This is the time of year when many people take the opportunity to set some New Year’s Resolutions and goals for the future. Even if you’re not the kind of person to set a formal resolution, the new...
Winter Fun without Overspending

Winter Fun without Overspending

How to Enjoy the Winter Without Breaking your Budget During the winter months, it’s common to overspend. The weather is colder and it gets dark earlier, so you’ll likely be tempted to spend more time indoors. That naturally leads to more spending as you look for ways...
Eight Key Rules of Personal Finance

Eight Key Rules of Personal Finance

Eight Rules That Will Help You Manage your Personal Finances A lot of the time, managing personal finances can seem difficult and even potentially overwhelming. However, it doesn’t have to be complicated, difficult, and confusing. By following a few simple rules,...