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Parents, I know you may be a little anxious leading up to your child's big day in September. But if you take the necessary steps now to prepare your child for school, the whole transition will be less taxing on everyone.
I know no one wants to think they could ever be a victim of fraud however the reality is thousands of Canadians lost more than 10 million dollars to identity fraud in 2014 and authorities say this figure is on the rise year after year. The sad thing is some Canadians do not even know they are the victim of fraud until something extreme happens.
Sometimes it pays off to go old school.
There are so many activities in the fall to enjoy from fairs to festivals -- all which encourage you to spend your money. Despite the temptation to spend this time of year, the fall also presents a good opportunity to save your money too. Now is a good time to go on a diet; a fall savings diet to be exact.
Wedding debt is an awful gift to receive after you say I do. It is also a stressful way to start your marriage especially when the number one reason for a marriage to fall apart is not because of infidelity -- it is because of money woes.
Summer is here. It is the time of year when many Canadians let their guards down and sometimes spend more money than planned on a variety of expenses from impromptu road trips to hosting various summer parties. Here are some tips to help you add some funds back into your bank account.
I've had a few people say to me recently "If you have debt, just walk away; the banks won't do anything. My friend stopped paying, and nothing happened to him. Don't bother with credit counselling, or a consumer proposal, just walk away". Does that strategy actually work?
For those employees who are fortunate enough to receive a year-end bonus, many may be tempted to spend it immediately. But I advise you to resist the urge to spend the money on frivolous items and instead think about putting your hard-earned bonus to work for you.
Consolidated Credit: The housing market is on the minds of many Canadians these days, particularly millennials eager to achieve
Many of us experience financial difficulties at one time or another. While most of us are strong enough to weather periodic financial storms and pay our bills, there are many who are not so fortunate.