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Lisa has been working as a personal finance writer for more than a decade, creating unique content that helps to educate Canadian consumers in the realms of real estate, mortgages, investing and financial health. For years, she held her real estate license in Toronto, Ontario before giving it up to pursue writing within this realm and related niches. Lisa is very serious about smart money management and helping others do the same.

Articles written by Lisa Rennie

Understanding Mortgage HELOC Rules

Thinking about taking on a HELOC to cover an expense? Be sure to understand the Mortgage HELOC Rules before you make your final decision.

84-Month Car Loans: The Good and The Bad

Thinking about getting an 84-months long car loan? Before you do, check out why 84-month car loans can be more expensive.

Are There Federal Government Debt Relief Programs?

If you're struggling with debt and are looking for government debt relief programs, you'll find both provincial and federal programs here.

How To File Your Self Employed Taxes In Canada

Self employed taxes in Canada can work slightly differently than it does for an employee. Find out how to file your taxes in Canada.

Car Loans For Private Sale

If you can't purchase a car from a private seller outright, you still have options. Get car loans for private sale.

How To Get Out Of Debt On A Low Income

Are you struggling with debt? From budgeting strategies to debt relief programs, find out how to get out of debt on a low income.

Laid Off Before Maternity Leave In Canada: What You Need To Know

Did you know that even if you've been laid off before maternity leave in Canada, you're still eligible for maternity leave?

Neo Mortgage Review

Looking for an affordable mortgage? Get a fixed rate as low as 4.64% on a 5-year closed mortgage with Neo Mortgage.

Apple Card In Canada 2023

Looking for the Apple Card in Canada? It has a fast application, daily cash back, and can help build your credit score.

How To Refinance A Nissan Car Loan

If you're finding it difficult to keep up with your Nissan car loan payments, find out if refinancing is an option for you.

Refinancing Your Student Loan

If you're struggling to pay down your student loan, refinancing might help. Find out if you qualify for student loan refinancing.

How To Refinance A Volkswagen Car Loan

If you're finding it difficult to keep up with your Volkswagen car loan payments, find out if refinancing is an option for you.

Net Worth Of The McCain Family

The McCain family is one of the richest families in Canada, but how much exactly are they worth? Read on to find out.

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