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Effective Ways to Cope With and Even Reduce Summer Childcare Expenses

Effective Ways to Cope With and Even Reduce Summer Childcare Expenses

The summer months are anticipated all year round by kids everywhere, but for parents they can be one of the most stressful seasons — at least when it comes to childcare expenses. According to Statistics Canada, in Ontario, the average cost of childcare expenses is $677 per…

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The Bank of Canada Interest Rates Stayed the Same for May 2018, But You Still Need to Be Prepared for a Hike

The Bank of Canada Interest Rates Stayed the Same for May 2018, But You Still Need to Be Prepared for a Hike

The Bank of Canada interest rates remained at 1.25% following a scheduled announcement on May 30, 2018. The Bank of Canada (BOC) kept interest rates the same but warned that higher rates will be needed over time. Economists are predicting that higher rates could be coming into…

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Financing a Vacation in 1-2-3

Financing a Vacation in 1-2-3

Ah, vacation — a relaxing holiday away from home. The only thing that’s not so relaxing is figuring out the logistics of financing a vacation. The one thing that can snap you out of your blissful vacation state is coming home and realizing you’ve racked up hundreds…

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Debt Freedom: How to Cover Holiday Financial Shortfalls

Debt Freedom: How to Cover Holiday Financial Shortfalls

The holidays are a time for celebration — time with family and friends, great food, wonderful presents… But the gifts, the grub, and the travel aren’t free and what starts out as fun can often turn scary once the harsh reality of post-holiday bills arrive. What if…

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Back to School is Right Around the Corner – Here Are Some Money Saving Tips

Back to School is Right Around the Corner – Here Are Some Money Saving Tips

There is a reason the back to school shopping season is the second biggest season for retailers. All too often, parents leave the back to school supply runs to the last minute, meaning the options for saving money may not be as plentiful. This year, start stocking…

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Vacation Financing – Taking Out a Loan vs Using a Credit Card

Vacation Financing – Taking Out a Loan vs Using a Credit Card

With summer just around the corner, the lure of far-off places and amazing adventures can be almost overwhelming. We all want to take some time during the warm summer months and get away, escaping the routine of the day-to-day and experiencing something new. However, if your vacation…

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Credit Repair in Canada: What to Do When Your Credit is Beyond Repairing

Credit Repair in Canada: What to Do When Your Credit is Beyond Repairing

When you’re stressed about debt, concerned about making your monthly payments, or dreading each and every phone call, it is time to start thinking about getting things fixed up. However, credit repair in Canada can be somewhat confusing, so today we’re hoping to clear some of that…

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Cheap and Free Winter Activities in the GTA

Cheap and Free Winter Activities in the GTA

We are well into the winter season now, and with the holidays behind us, many of us are looking for cheap and free winter activities to keep the winter blues at bay without breaking the bank. Here is a list of our favourites. Cheap and Free Winter…

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Consolidating Debt After the Back to School Rush

Consolidating Debt After the Back to School Rush

A few weeks ago, just before school started, we talked about paying for those back to school expenses that often cost an arm and a leg. Now that the rush is over and those school clothes, shoes, and classroom necessities have been purchased, hopefully you are not…

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How to Make Up Back to School Financial Shortfalls

How to Make Up Back to School Financial Shortfalls

We are now coming into the final weeks of summer, and that means that many parents are heading out for that dreaded back to school shopping trip. The clothes, the shoes, the school supplies; these items can end up costing an arm and a leg. Even if…

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