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According to the Canadian Payroll Association's survey of employed Canadians released in advance of this week's festivities, 53 per cent of British Columbians reported that "it would be difficult to meet their financial obligations if their pay cheque was delayed by even a single week."
40 per cent of Albertans feel overhwelmed by their debt.
MONTREAL — A new survey suggests many Canadians are pessimistic about their financial futures and expect to work longer than originally planned before retiring. According to the survey, released by th...
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While everyone's been furiously pointing fingers at each other over Vancouver's skyrocketing house prices, little attention has been paid to the other side of most real estate transactions: the pay stub.
TORONTO - The Canadian Payroll Association says things are getting tougher for working Canadians.The CPA, in its sixth annual survey of thousands of Canadian employees, says it found more are living p...
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OTTAWA - A new survey suggests fewer Canadians are living from paycheque to paycheque, and more are putting money aside for a rainy day or retirement.But there are still a large number that would face...
Most Canadians are living paycheque to paycheque and would be in financial difficulty if their pay was even one week late, a new survey suggests. A poll commissioned by the Canadian Payroll Associati...