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Pay off Your Debt Without Feeling Deprived

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26
Aug 2019
Nothing is worse than being stuck living with a strict budget. You try your best to make ends meet and, in the end, feel depressed because you aren’t able to do anything for enjoyment. Paying off debt can put a strain on your finances. It can also put a strain on your happiness. When the stress of paying off debt is getting ...


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How to Save Money While Paying off Debt

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12
Aug 2019
If you are having a hard time paying down your debts and staying within your budget you might be going about things the wrong way. When it comes to your finances, you have to make every effort to focus on paying down debt while creating a small cushion for unforeseen emergencies. If you have significant debt you don't want to ...


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How to Talk to Your Family About Debt

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12
Jul 2019
Being in debt is a very difficult situation to be in, and you may have trouble being open about your financial issues with your loved ones. In fact, millions of people suffer from debt or debt-related issues every year, with many not having anyone to share their financial burdens with.Also, while there are financial options ...


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Understanding Tax Debt Interest and Penalties

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13
Mar 2019
It’s an accepted part of life in Canada that if you live in this vast country you pay taxes, either as a business or as an individual. As Benjamin Franklin wrote, nothing is certain in life, except death and taxes. For the taxes we pay, Canadians enjoy education, a good healthcare system, transportation and infrastructure, and ...


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How to Actually Keep Your New Year’s Debt Resolution

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14
Jan 2019
Some might say that New Year’s resolutions were made to be broken. However, looking at becoming more financially sound is never a bad idea. If you are considering a New Year’s debt resolution for 2019 there are a number of things you can do to not only stick to your plan but also maintain healthy spending habits for life. ...


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How to Get out of Debt in 2019

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3
Dec 2018
Whether you built up debt on your credit cards holiday shopping or have carried debt for a while, getting out of debt is the perfect resolution for 2019. According to a recent CIBC report close to half of Canadians feel they are not taking the proper steps to manage their finances in the approaching year. In fact, 48% of those ...


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Is Debt Management or Debt Settlement Better for Me?

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16
Jul 2018
Being in debt is an unpleasant experience for anyone. When your debt exceeds your ability to pay it off, it is certainly something to be concerned about. People are forever looking for easy ways to tackle such problems. Most people keep wondering about what solution is right for them and what isn’t. To know what is suitable ...


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What Happens To Unpaid Debt If You Move Abroad

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19
Feb 2018
Moving abroad to escape your credit card debt might sound like a good idea, considering there are different systems and regulations in each country when it comes to assessing a person’s credit. Especially since it’s unlikely that a foreign lender would ask for a copy of a Canadian-based credit report. However, ...


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Can Debt Be Inherited?

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28
Aug 2017
When a loved one passes away, the survivors usually assume that all debts, including mortgage, loans, and credit card debt are automatically transferred to the next of kin. But this is not accurate. Generally, debts cannot be transferred through death or even marriage. So when someone passes away, the spouse, children, ...


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Debt Vs Equity: What’s The Difference?

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21
Aug 2017
When it comes to raising funds to start or grow a business, you can either leverage your assets or borrow the needed funds externally. Capital from your own sources can be in the form of equity, where you raise money by selling some of the company stock to shareholders, while borrowed funds refer to company debt that should be ...


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