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7 Tips for Paying Off Student Loans

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19
Oct 2015
The time that you spend as a student can be fun and exciting, but if you have borrowed a lot of money to get through school, the time comes when you must repay those loans. It is important to pay these off as fast as you can so they are not looming over your head and collecting interest for years into the future. Here are 7 ...


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Renting vs. Buying a House: How to Know What you Can Afford

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2
Oct 2015
When you plan to purchase a home, it is important to know what you can afford. In Canada, you need a minimum down payment of 5% to purchase a house. Some lenders will offer you a mortgage without a down payment, however if you have not been able to save money for a down payment, it could be an indication that you cannot ...


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When is the Best Time to Open an RRSP?

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26
Jan 2015
More than half of young Canadians (aged 19-34) don’t have a RRSP. While a growing segment of the population now does have a registered retirement savings account, there is still a fair amount of misunderstanding on the benefits this type of investment account offers. The question many have before they think about opening an ...


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Knowing the Difference between Profitability and Cash Flow

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31
Dec 2014
Profitability and cash flow are both important metrics in figuring out how well your company is doing, but many people do not understand the subtle differences between what they mean and what they can tell you about the financial health of your business. While both are crucial measures of your company’s financial resources, ...


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Where to Find Help for Gambling in Ontario?

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27
Nov 2014
Problem gambling is something that can affect anyone. For many of us, someone we know or someone who we love will develop problems with gambling some point in their lives. The important thing is to remember that help is available to end their addiction. But how do you know if you or someone you love has a gambling problem? ...


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Can I Get Access to my Locked-In Pension Funds?

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13
Nov 2014
Often we squirrel away funds transferred from an Ontario registered pension plan into a locked-in account known as a LIRA, LIF or LRIF. They’re ‘locked in’ because these savings are meant for our retirement, and aren’t to be disbursed until we are in need of retirement income. However, there are exceptions to this ...


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7 Signs You Are Headed For Financial Trouble

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28
Feb 2014
Most people have had times in life when they’ve been in “financial trouble” to some degree. That term can mean many different things depending on who you’re talking to, but none of them are positive. Sometimes, you never really know how close you are to being in trouble, where one or two missteps could turn your ...


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Four Great Tips to Pay Off Your Students Loans

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18
Feb 2014
Being saddled with student loans can make life difficult. When you’re out of college or university, you’ll likely already have a heap of regular bills to pay, and the monthly hit from a student loan payment on top of those isn’t a welcome addition. Your personal credit rating will also be tied to paying off your debts on ...


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How to Recover from your Holiday Debts

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23
Jan 2014
The Holiday season celebrates with friends and family over food and gifts. Often that means travel to see family. If you went beyond budget or did not make your savings goals going into December, and relied on credit to tide you over, there are steps you can take to manage your debt. It's important because credit can be very ...


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How to Talk to Your Kids About Bankruptcy

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4
Sep 2013
Bankruptcy, and many of the events leading up to it, is a tough scenario to endure no matter what your age.  Job loss, foreclosures and an absence of cash are everyday realities for millions of households in Canada -- especially given the current economy.  But what’s particularly difficult is the task of explaining this ...


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