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Shari is a Freelance Writer, specializing in personal finance, business blog content and education. She enjoys taking complex information and putting it into a form the average consumer can understand. When she is not working, she homeschools her children, supports her husband in business, and enjoys traveling with her family.

Articles written by Shari Talbot

Filing Your Taxes as a Couple in Canada

Are you married or in a common law relationship? Unsure of how that affects your income taxes? We have all the information you need.

What is Debt Forgiveness in Canada?

Do you currently have too much debt on your plate? Are you looking for debt relief or forgiveness? Then this article is for you.

How Applying For New Credit Affects Your Credit Scores

Your credit score is affected by almost all your financial behaviours, including when and how often you apply for new credit.

How The Types of Credit Accounts You Have Affect Your Credit Score

Everything you need to know about how the different types of credit accounts you use affect your credit score.

How The Length Of Your Credit History Affects Your Credit Scores

Ever wonder how the length of your credit history affects the health of your credit score? This article is for you.

How The Money You Owe Affects Your Credit Scores

Ever wonder how the debt your carry around with you from month to month affects your credit score and the health of your credit general? Keep reading.

How Your Payment History Can Affect Your Credit Scores

The largest contributing factors in the calculation of your credit score is your payment history, here's how it directly affects whether you have good... Read More

How to Rebuild Your Credit After a Late Payment

Late payments happen, but unfortunately, they can negatively affect the health of your credit. Here's how you can start to rebuild your credit after a... Read More

Will I Lose My RRSPs if I Declare Bankruptcy?

Are you thinking about filing for bankruptcy but are worried about the money you have saved and invested in an RRSP account? This article is for you.

Should I Work With a Bank or a Broker For My Mortgage?

In the market to purchase a house and can't decide between working directly with your local bank or a mortgage broker? This article is for you.

Financing Your Home Renovation to Care for Aging Parents

Do your aging parents need more help than ever? Are you considering renovating your house and moving them it? We've got the financing tips you need.

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