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- Practical Budgeting Tips to Keep Your Finances on Track in 2024
Despite their best efforts, many Canadians are grappling with debt. With rising inflation and interest rates, the household debt service ratio (the percentage of household’s disposable income used to pay off debts) has hit record levels. However, there’s a solution that can help manage finances bet … Read more »
- 2024 Government Debt Relief Programs and Benefits
Are you drowning in debt and trying to find ways to put cash back into your monthly budget? The Government of Canada offers several benefits and debt management programs to help make life more affordable. Keep reading to learn about the government debt relief programs and benefits that can help put … Read more »
- Prince Edward Island Household Debt: A Look At The Island Finances
Does it feel like the cost of daily living is constantly going up? Are you struggling to pay your bills? Is it starting to feel like it’s too much to handle? Many Canadians are stressed about their finances. Thanks to factors like inflation and high interest rates, it’s more expensive to borrow mone … Read more »
- Your BC Credit Score – How Do You Compare to Other British Columbians?
Before you can borrow money for a mortgage, credit card, or car loan, a lender will review your credit score and credit report to determine if they want to lend you money. Generally, a higher score means you’re more likely to get approved for new credit at a better rate. A poor credit score tends to … Read more »
- Nova Scotia Household Debt
If you’re feeling less than optimistic about your financial future, you’re not alone. Recent data from the Angus Reid Institute found that Canadians feel pessimistic about their finances, with nearly half of those surveyed (49%) saying they feel financially worse off now than they did a year ago. Wh … Read more »