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The Cash-strapped Guide To Charity Giving

Even though I have more than I need, I struggle with making space in my budget for helping the most vulnerable. Maybe you're experiencing similar budget issues. I know from talking to friends that many of them are in the same boat, so I did a little brainstorming. How can we help others when our own purse strings are stretched thin?
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What To Do With Your Tax Refund

When a refund is granted, keep in mind that this money was yours to begin with, not a gift from the government. Nonetheless, it's still great to receive those additional funds. Now that you have that extra cash on hand, let's look at ways to maximize your tax refund and get it working for you.
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You Weren't Born To Pay Off Debt And Die

What you don't have to do forever is live with debt. You don't have to spend every month calculating how much you can afford to put towards debt repayment, while continuing to use credit, and staying in the never-ending cycle of borrowing money and trying to pay it back. It's not an easy cycle to get out of; I know that firsthand.
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How To Give Your Budget A March Break

March Break is just around the corner, and if you're like many Canadians, you're probably wondering how you're going to afford to pay for it. Luckily, there's an easy way to save money, keep your children happy, and teach them a few life lessons too. Use the break as an opportunity to put your kids in the classroom of life by involving them in the March Break budgeting process. Here's how: