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Preparation for the Second Wave and your finances

Preparation for the Second Wave and your finances

Canadians have been continuously warned of the dangers of Covid-19 and impact of not taking health and social distancing guidelines seriously. The term “second wave” has been used constantly by politicians and public health experts to warn of the potential for a spike...
How Debt Affects Mental Health

How Debt Affects Mental Health

It’s Bell Let’s Talk Day – a day that creates awareness around mental health initiatives. This topic is so important, particularly when it comes to finances, as money problems and mental health are often interconnected. Debt frequently triggers stress, which can...
The Bank of Canada Interest Rate is Staying the Same for the Rest of 2019

The Bank of Canada Interest Rate is Staying the Same for the Rest of 2019

Start Your New Year’s Financial Planning Early! The Bank of Canada interest rate is officially staying at 1.75% for the rest of the year. On December 4, 2019, the Bank of Canada (BOC) announced the interest rate would remain the same for another month. This marks no...
Options for Cutting Your Monthly Expenses By 50% — Or More!

Options for Cutting Your Monthly Expenses By 50% — Or More!

Sometimes no matter how much you try to make ends meet, your monthly expenses stretch you thin. In this case, you have two options: the first is to earn more money (easier said than done sometimes!). The second option is to reduce your monthly expenses. There are...
Holiday Credit Card Debt Is In – Now What? Use Your Home or Car to Consolidate Debt

Holiday Credit Card Debt Is In – Now What? Use Your Home or Car to Consolidate Debt

The holiday season may be over, but there’s one part of it that isn’t finished yet: holiday bills. Many holiday shoppers tend to put purchases on their credit cards, which means that after the holidays are done, they have to deal with the corresponding credit card...
Don’t Get a Payday Loan for Holiday Cash – We Have Better Ideas

Don’t Get a Payday Loan for Holiday Cash – We Have Better Ideas

The holiday season is an expensive time of year, which is why many look for quick cash loans — including payday loans. If this is you, STOP. Payday loans are about the worst thing you can do for your bank account. If you need quick cash to cover holiday expenses there...