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Are You in Debt Denial?

Posted on Mar 6, 2015 in Credit, Debt, Finances, Financial Advice | 0 comments

Are we just fooling ourselves.? Sure you’re carrying a balance month to month on your credit card, have car payment and a substantial mortgage on your house. But this is normal, right? No, not necessarily. There’s a good chance you’re fooling yourself. While carrying a balance on your credit card may be par for the course these days, consumer credit rate site RateSupermarket did a poll of 6,000 Canadians and discovered that...

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10 Debt Danger Signals

Posted on Feb 24, 2015 in Budgeting, Credit, Debt, Debt Counseling, Finances, Financial Advice | 0 comments

After the expense of the holidays, many of us wonder how much debt is too much. Yes, Canadians are used to carrying record debt loads, but there comes a point where the burden may become too heavy.  Here are 10 danger signs that could reveal your spending is out of control: 1. You are making only minimal payments on your credit card balances as you head towards maxing them out. 2. Even so, you continue to use them for everyday purchases, such...

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Financial Resolutions for the New Year

Posted on Dec 30, 2014 in Budgeting, Finances, Financial Advice | 0 comments

The new year is a time of new beginnings. Many of us make resolutions to live more healthily, fix up our relationships and get our finances in order. While we can’t help you lose weight or improve your love life, we’d be happy to offer you eight suggestions so that you can get a better handle on your financial affairs. 1. Make a Budget While this may seem obvious, you would be surprised by how many people navigate the tricky waters...

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Will Bankruptcies Increase as Economy Improves?

Posted on Dec 11, 2014 in Bankruptcy, Debt, Financial Advice | 0 comments

As the outlook gets rosier for the Canadian economy, those in deep dept may pay the price with bankruptcy. With the U.S. economy expected to undergo a widespread recovery next year, Canada will likely fall suit, with rising interest rates as well. Normally this would be good news. However, Canadians are going into the biggest shopping season of the year staggering under the load of a record $1.51 trillion in debt. Our debt levels significantly...

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How To Rebuild Your Credit Rating

Posted on Nov 17, 2014 in Credit, Credit Rating, Finances, Financial Advice | 0 comments

Your credit rating has taken a beating. You regularly pay bills late. Sometimes you can’t make even minimum payments. Perhaps you’ve gone through a bankruptcy or the consumer proposal process. But what now? How do you rebuild your credit rating? Find Out Where You Stand First, to see where you stand, get your sactual credit rating  from TransUnion Canada or Equifax Canada. OK, you’ve absorbed the bad news. If you’ve gone...

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Cheap Summer Fun in Toronto

Posted on Jul 15, 2014 in Financial Advice | 0 comments

We all like to take nice summer vacations. But long car trips, travel abroad, cottage rentals and even camping can strain the pocketbook. If you are trying to save money this summer, why not stay in the city and enjoy some of its pleasures? Yes, Toronto has lots of pricey entertainment options. But it also provides many inexpensive and free choices for the budget conscious. For example, you can enjoy: Cheap Shakespeare For  yet another summer...

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