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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…

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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 debt.…

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Borrow with Your Car to Deal with Holiday Bills Fast

Borrow with Your Car to Deal with Holiday Bills Fast

January is officially here, which means the holiday fun is over… It’s back to school and back to work and back to reality — including holiday bills. As holiday costs start to roll in, you may be left wondering how to pay them off. You don’t want…

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Good News for Holiday Shoppers: Canadian Interest Rates Staying Steady for December 2018

Good News for Holiday Shoppers: Canadian Interest Rates Staying Steady for December 2018

If you’ve been putting holiday purchases on your credit card, the latest Bank of Canada announcement will come as a relief – Canadian interest rates are staying at 1.75% for the rest of 2018. On December 5, 2018, the Bank of Canada (BOC) announced that it would…

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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…

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Frugal Festivities: Budget-Friendly Holiday Spending Tips

Frugal Festivities: Budget-Friendly Holiday Spending Tips

With the holidays right around the corner, many Canadians are already planning out their schedules, getting their party outfits together, even buying gifts. Some may already be completely finished their shopping (way to go!). For many, the holiday season is one to look forward to, but if…

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