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Breaking The Blue Monday Curse in 2020

Breaking The Blue Monday Curse in 2020

The third Monday in January aka Blue Monday. Originally conceived by university lecturer Dr.Cliff Arnall in 2005, Blue Monday is thought of as the worst, most depressing day of the year. Arnall determined through a series of pseudo-scientific calculations, that cold, unpredictable weather patterns in the Northern Hemisphere, coupled with… Read More


What’s The Best Way To Consolidate Debt?

What’s The Best Way To Consolidate Debt?

For this post, we’ve teamed up with our partners at Fairstone Dealing with post-holiday debt? You’re not alone – over one-third of Canadian Millennials said they expected to go into debt due to holiday spending. Debt might seem overwhelming at first, but it is possible to get… Read More


How to Get a Business Term Loan

How to Get a Business Term Loan

Every business goes through ebbs and flows, in other words, periods of highs and lows. When a business goes through a low period, it could be for many reasons. Perhaps cash is tight, the business isn’t as necessary in the market as it used to be or simply needs to… Read More


Home-Based Business vs. Brick and Mortar Business

Home-Based Business vs. Brick and Mortar Business

Running a business is a dream for entrepreneurial hopefuls and can offer unlimited earning potential while allowing business owners to do something they’re passionate about and experienced in. There are seemingly endless opportunities when it comes to starting and operating a business, and those who seek to get out of… Read More


Is Your Monthly Car Payment Too Expensive?

Is Your Monthly Car Payment Too Expensive?

Unless you live in the heart of downtown right at the foot of a subway or bus station, you’ll likely need a car to get around. Whether it’s to commute to work, run some errands, or just to visit friends and family, a car is a necessity in life,… Read More


Buying a Used Rental Car

Buying a Used Rental Car

Rental cars can come in really handy in many situations. Maybe you’re heading somewhere on vacation and need a ride to get around. Or perhaps you’re taking a road trip and need something that will better accommodate all the passengers and luggage that your own vehicle can’t. Whatever the case… Read More


Can I Get Out Of My Phone Contract Early?

Can I Get Out Of My Phone Contract Early?

Everyone has a mobile phone these days. They’re handy little gadgets that help to keep us connected to all the important people in our lives when we’re on the go. More and more people are substituting their traditional landline phones for mobile phones. After all, why pay for another phone… Read More


3 Things to Consider When Selling Your Home

3 Things to Consider When Selling Your Home

By: Zoocasa Thinking of taking the plunge and selling your home? You’ve likely spent the last few months obsessively comparing prices on the MLS in your city, such Toronto apartments for sale or detached or townhouse options, to get an idea of what your own property… Read More


Spousal Buyout of a Mortgage

Spousal Buyout of a Mortgage

When a marriage, common-law arrangement, or another significant relationship ends, the division of assets, such as a mortgage, must be considered before the relationship is completely over. Unfortunately, how a mortgage is handled in this situation isn’t always black and white. Depending on how the partners decide to agree to… Read More



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