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Do you need help paying bills through Coronavirus?

By Debt.ca on April 3, 2020

There’s no shame if you need help paying bills right now. With the coronavirus resulting in layoffs, there’s no surprise so many people need financial assistance. If you are currently having trouble paying your bills due to COVID-19, the Economic Response Plan can help. Local churches, the Salvation Army, and many other non-profit organizations have…

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Protect Your Finances through COVID-19

By Debt.ca on April 2, 2020

Having to protect your finances through COVID-19 can prove difficult when many companies are laying off employees. Financial difficulties are just one more thing to worry about when dealing with a pandemic of this proportion. Not only is the coronavirus a health crisis, but it is also a financial crisis. The good news is that…

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How to pay back student loans

By Debt.ca on March 17, 2020

If you want to know how to pay back student loans, you’re not alone. The average Canadian student owed $28,000 on a bachelor’s degree upon graduation. In this article, we’ll look at ways to get financially ready for college and university as well as paying off your student debt once you graduate. We’ll look at…

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Couples and Money: End the Budgeting Bickering

By Debt.ca on February 3, 2020

When it comes to couples and money, not every pair shares the same views. You’ve probably heard opposites attract. While that may be the spark that makes your relationship work, it can also lead to problems, especially when it comes to money. If you don’t discuss your finances or spending decisions together, you may not…

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Data Privacy Day in Canada

Data Privacy Day in Canada

By Debt.ca on January 28, 2020

Today is Data Privacy Day! The United States and Canada are among the many countries that celebrate Data Privacy Day. It began in the United States, but the need to safeguard data and enable privacy is an international effort. The point is to raise awareness about the technological impact on our personal information. It is…

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Save on Energy

By Debt.ca on January 21, 2020

If you’re like most homeowners, the most expensive utility bill is your energy bill. Many homeowners just accept their electricity bill for what it is, but there are simple ways to save on your energy bill. That’s right; by getting creative you keep more of your hard-earned money in your pockets instead of handing it…

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Coping with Christmas in debt

Coping With Christmas In Debt

By Debt.ca on December 9, 2019

Having to spend Christmas in debt can be emotionally trying. There are a few occasions in our lives where much of our financial responsibility gets thrown out the window. Babies are probably number one, but weddings, vacations, and Christmas (or Hanukkah) are close behind. December holds the time of year where many replace their penchant to save…

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Here’s a Quick Way to Get Focused On Your Goals

By Debt.ca on November 18, 2019

Stop feeling overwhelmed and start taking back control. Use these goal-setting tips to achieve you financial goals to live the life you want.

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Why Credit Card Interest Rates are High

Why Credit Card Interest Rates are High

By Debt.ca on February 23, 2016

Today you can get a 5-year fixed rate mortgage for under 3 per cent and a secured line of credit for as little as 3 per cent, so why are credit card interest rates still so outrageous? With a typical interest rate of 18 per cent, credit cards are one of the most expensive forms…

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Important Terms to Know in Your Credit Card Agreement

Important Terms to Know in Your Credit Card Agreement

By Debt.ca on February 22, 2016

A lot of people see their credit card as a license to spend. However, a credit card comes with a lot of responsibility. You should strive to always pay off your balance in full and never incur interest charges. You can easily find yourself up to your ears in debt if you don’t use it…

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