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Caitlin Wood is the Editor-in-Chief at Loans Canada and specializes in personal finance. She is a graduate of Dawson College and Concordia University and has been working in the personal finance industry for over eight years. Caitlin has covered various subjects such as debt, credit, and loans. Her work has been published on Zoocasa, GoDaddy, and deBanked. She believes that education and knowledge are the two most important factors in the creation of healthy financial habits. She also believes that openly discussing money and credit, and the responsibilities that come with them can lead to better decisions and a greater sense of financial security.

Articles written by Caitlin Wood

How To Settle Debt In Canada On Your Own

Looking to settle your debts? Learn how to negotiate with your creditors and settle debt in Canada on your own.

How Much Consumer Proposal Debt Should You Have Before Filing?

Did you know there are debt limits if you want to file for a consumer proposal? Find out how much consumer proposal debt you need to be eligible.

What Your Credit Score Range Really Means

Wondering your credit score range really means? It means a lot to your wallet, your home, and your even your job. We have cracked the code.

How To Finance Home Renovations

To finance home renovations, the money needs to come from somewhere. Have you considered tapping into your home equity?

When Is The RRSP Contribution Deadline?

Have some extra money and want to contribute to your RRSP this year? Make sure you don't miss the RRSP contribution deadline.

Announcing The Winner of Our Financial Literacy Scholarship (Fall 2022)

We are awarding $750 to a student every semester. All you have to do is show us how financial literacy has made a difference in your life.

Looking To Give Your Budget Flexibility For The Holidays? This Offer Is For You!

Now’s the perfect time to take out a personal loan from Fairstone. Borrow $500-$50,000 from Fairstone by November 30 and don’t pay until 2023.

What Is The Ontario Health Insurance Plan (OHIP)?

In Ontario, the public health system is called Ontario Health Insurance Plan (OHIP). Find out what is covered under OHIP and who’s eligible.     

Announcing The Winner of Our Financial Literacy Scholarship (Summer 2022)

We are awarding $750 to a student every semester. All you have to do is show us how financial literacy has made a difference in your life.

Get A Loan As Soon As Today Plus, A Chance To Win $5,000

Take out a Fairstone loan by September 29, 2022 and you’ll automatically be entered to win 1 of 22 prizes of up to 5,000!

How To Get An American Credit Card In Canada

If you plan on moving to the U.S, an American credit card can be cheaper and can help you build an American credit history. Find out how you can get a... Read More

Loans Canada CEO on BNN Bloomberg Discussing Interest Rate Hike

Loans Canada CEO, Scott Satov joins Paul Bagnall of BNN Bloomberg to discuss the Bank of Canada's 100 basis point rate hike.

Looking To Make Room In Your Budget For Summer? This Offer Is For You!

Looking for extra cash for the summer, get $500-$50,000 from Fairstone by May 31 and you won’t have to make a loan payment until July!

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