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Debt Settlement vs. Bankruptcy vs. Consumer Proposal-2

Debt Settlement vs. Bankruptcy vs. Consumer Proposal

By Joe Torraca on March 25, 2020

Have you ever pit debt settlement vs. bankruptcy vs. consumer proposal? Getting to know each one intimately probably never crossed your mind. However, it’s an unfortunate reality that Canadians are carrying more consumer debt than ever before. And while most can manage their payments every month, many are struggling mightily to make ends meet. Sometimes,…

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Budgeting Basics

Budgeting Basics – Get More Control Of Your Finances

By Joe Torraca on March 17, 2020

It’s time to get down to the basics. In this article, we’re going to look at the basics of budgeting. Now I know what you’re thinking, a budget is no fun. While that may be the perception, this couldn’t be further from the truth. Topics include learning personal and family budgeting basics, the step of…

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How to get out of debt

How to Get Out of Debt And Stay Out

By Joe Torraca on March 17, 2020

Are you unsure of how to get out of debt? You’re not alone. Canadians owe an average of $1.74 of debt for every dollar of disposable income. That can be fine as long as nothing goes wrong. However, if you have a financial emergency, you can find yourself struggling to make your monthly debt payments….

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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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Practical Canadian Tax Tips in 2020

Practical Canadian Tax Tips in 2020

By Joe Torraca on March 9, 2020

With the 2020 tax season in full swing, we thought it would be the perfect time to share some tax tips. In this article, we’ll look at ways to boost your tax refund, tips on getting your taxes filed on time and a tax credit for people with disabilities. 5 Simple Ways to Boost Your…

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Don't fight over money!

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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Canadians Saving Money on the Holidays

How Can Canadians Save Money During the Holidays?

By Steve Horton on December 23, 2019

Let’s be honest: most of us haven’t done all our Christmas shopping yet, and we’re swiftly running out of disposable cash. Also, it’s unwise to run up credit cards in this case. How can savvy Canadians save money during this holiday season, especially at the last minute? Here are some tips from four experts of…

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Consider debt settlement

Is debt settlement right for me? Consider this…

By Rubina Ahmed-Haq on December 19, 2019

For anyone struggling to pay their credit card debt and bills, the stress can be overwhelming. In many cases, the debt continues to climb, despite making payments, because expenses keep rising. The strain of this can be devastating. Studies show Canadians are increasingly worried about their financial situation. Many aren’t sure how they will get…

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