Veronica Ott

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Veronica is a freelance writer who specializes in creating unique and educational personal finance content. She has extensive experience writing blog posts for companies in the financial sector. Veronica's background is in accounting as she graduated from Western University in 2017 with a degree in accounting. She is passionate about using her accounting expertise to help others with their personal finance questions and issues and enjoys using her writing to educate Canadian readers. When Veronica is not writing, she enjoys film, reading, traveling, going to the gym, and listening to music.

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Income Replacement Benefits: What They Are & How to Get Them

Income Replacement Benefits: What They Are & How to Get Them

We insure our cars, homes, and health, but what about our income? The income you make is only available when you’re available to earn it. If something bad were to happen to you (knock on wood!), there is a chance that you may not be able to earn the income… Read More


Credit Solutions For Canadians

Credit Solutions For Canadians

Credit is helpful for many things as it can help you achieve your life and financial goals. However, taking out debt can be a slippery slope if you’re not careful. At Loans Canada, we believe that no credit problem is too big or too small to consider and fix. Furthermore,… Read More


CRA Tax Loans

CRA Tax Loans

The Canada Revenue Agency, CRA for short, is the governing body responsible for overlooking the collection of taxes in Canada. Owing money is never fun, especially in the form of taxes that you owe the government. In fact, the CRA is known for its strict tax debt collection requirements. Interest… Read More


How Much of My Income Should I Save?

How Much of My Income Should I Save?

Saving is an important aspect of personal finance. By saving, you can achieve your long term financial goals and obtain the more expensive things in life that you have always wanted. Since saving is so crucial, the question now becomes, “how much of my income should I save?” The answer… Read More


Why Canadian Bankruptcies Are On The Rise

Why Canadian Bankruptcies Are On The Rise

It is no secret that the cost of living in Canada is expensive, especially in cities. But, what’s more of a secret is the debt Canadians are accumulating to help them afford the cost of living. In fact, debt has become such a prevalent issue in Canada that the insolvency… Read More


A Beginner’s Guide to Investing Money

A Beginner’s Guide to Investing Money

One of the big topics within the world of personal finance is investing. Investing involves spending money now to make more money in the future. What you spend your money on today will impact your financial future so it’s important to understand the consequences of your expenditures. Many Canadians invest… Read More


How to Incorporate a Business in Canada

How to Incorporate a Business in Canada

In Canada, business operators have three choices when it comes to business ownership structures: sole proprietorship, partnership, or incorporation. Incorporation is a popular decision among Canadian business owners due to it’s notable and extensive advantages. To learn more about what a corporation is and how to incorporate your business, read… Read More


Brake Financing

Brake Financing

Part of owning a car is being responsible for repairs and maintenance. Those who own cars know that the cost of maintaining a vehicle is the absolute worst part of car ownership! However awful the cost can be, it is a necessary evil of owning a car. Fortunately, there is… Read More


Distracted Driving Laws in Canada

Distracted Driving Laws in Canada

According to the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration, in 2010 a form of driver distraction was in involved in 65% of near crashes and 80% of collisions (for more distracted driving statistics, click here). Due to the significant amount of accidents caused by distracted driving, the Canadian… Read More


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