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How Managing Debt Gets Harder With Too Many Monthly Subscriptions
Unlimited music streaming makes monthly subscriptions to Spotify quite attractive.

If you could do without one app for the rest of your life, what would it be? For many of you, that would be a…

3 Mindset Hacks on How to Manage Your Debt Problems
Your friend’s buying habits affects your effort to manage debt problems for good or bad.

A financial app, a financial advisor, or even a financial book can’t save you from debt – at least not by themselves. Your mindset is…

How Switching Out of Holiday Mode Will Get You Out of Debt Faster
Holiday mode is hard to escape considering how long it lasts.

Most of you are on autopilot right now. You’re cruising along, without too many cares, enjoying the remainder of the holiday season. And you deserve…

What You Can Learn from 2 Couples Who Paid Off 100K in Debt
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Carrying debt may feel like trying to lug a heavy suitcase up a ceaseless column of stairs. While it may seem that your own…

Tired of Debt? Why Taking on Credit Counselling is a Good Idea
Signing on for credit counselling can help you manage a budget better, and reduce debt.

Few things are worse than feeling trapped under your own debt. It’s like falling into a hole and trying to climb out, with rope and…

Is Travelling Abroad the Answer on How to Get Out of Debt?
No matter where you go, you can’t escape your debts completely.

Wouldn’t it be nice if life actually came with a restart button? Let’s say you’re in debt. You’ve got an auto loan, a mortgage, credit…

5 Financial Mistakes Canadians Often Make
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In 2014, the average debt-to-income ratio for Canadians was $1.63.
That means that for every $1 Canadians earned, they owed $1.63 in debt, whether to banks,…

6 Easy Steps To Help You Get Out of Debt
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While the holiday season is far behind us, the repercussions of our December spending sprees are not. Depending on the size of your family, your…

Students! Being Frugal Now Will Save You A Lot of Headache Later
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In 2013, a CIBC survey indicated that 51% of Canadian students will at one point borrow money in order to pay off their tuition fees…