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Helping people get out of debt since 1966.
Helping people get out of debt since 1966.

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For Canadians struggling financially, the pressure to take a vacation can be overwhelming, and can conflict with the need to cut back on expenses. That’s why, according to a recent CIBC survey, vacationing is low on the list of financial goals for Canadians, while paying off debt remains a priority. For those who are planning a getaway, however, there are a few ways to enjoy a summer vacation without breaking the bank (because a week or so of fun isn’t worth the stress of years of debt).

Here are 10 ways you can make memories without maxing out the credit card.

https://hubs.ly/H0cX0c40
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This Canada Day, the Ministry of Government and Consumer Services will roll out new consumer protection laws that will benefit all of us; specifically increased fairness and visibility with how collection agencies and payday loan/cheque cashing companies operate in Ontario. Learn more on our blog:
https://hubs.ly/H0cQLgD0
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When it comes to your credit score, unfortunately you really are just a number. In Canada, credit scores range from 300 (just getting started) up to 900 points, which is the best score.

When it comes to determining your credit score, a big part of it is your credit card utilization ratio. What does that mean? We explain in today's blog: https://hubs.ly/H0cPPPN0
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When looking for a credit counselling agency it's important to do your homework to avoid disappointment, more costs, and even scams.

Today's blog covers 15 questions you need to consider when deciding which credit counselling agency to go to for help.
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Debt can build up seemingly overnight, but unfortunately it can't be paid off as quickly. Becoming debt-free takes time and effort, but there are two ways you can do it: The snowball method and the avalanche method. Today's blog explains: https://hubs.ly/H0cqTgh0
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"Do I need credit?" is a serious question to ask before submitting a credit application. Keep your short and long term financial goals in check before you make a decision, and prepare to manage additional credit responsibly. Remember, having more credit may not always be the answer to financial prosperity. Learn more in today's blog: https://hubs.ly/H0c7jD60
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Do I Need Credit?
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If you’re budgeting and still finding it difficult to make ends meet, there are a few things you may want to consider. Here are the five most common budgeting mistakes we’ve seen that could be deterring you from your saving goals. https://hubs.ly/H0bX_Yy0
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When you have a toothache, you make an appointment to see your dentist. When your back is in pain, you schedule a visit to the chiropractor. So doesn’t it make sense to speak with a certified credit counsellor when you’re hurting financially?

Here's what you need to know about talking to a credit counsellor: https://hubs.ly/H0bVTPj0
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Millennials will be hitting milestones and dealing with a completely new set of priorities, like how buying a home, managing money as a married couple, and raising children. These experiences can be quite different than they were for, say, the baby boomer generation. Today's blog touches on the important things to consider for the next three big life changes you (as a millennial) are likely to experience. https://hubs.ly/H0bR1sz0
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Are you planning for your #retirement? Only 65% of Canadians are saving money to #retire, which means many will wind up outliving their #money. Here’s five common retirement planning mistakes and what you can do to ensure your golden years are good ones. #FinLit https://hubs.ly/H0bP3rR0
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