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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


Does Applying For a Loan Affect Your Credit Score?

Does Applying For a Loan Affect Your Credit Score?

For this post, we’ve teamed up with our partners at Fairstone When applying for a loan, or any type of credit, it’s important to understand the impact it may have on both your credit report and credit score. Our partners at Fairstone explain when and how a loan application… Read More


Should You Incorporate Federally or Provincially?

Should You Incorporate Federally or Provincially?

Thinking of starting your own business in Canada? Congratulations! Entrepreneurship can open many doors and opportunities and give you the chance to break through wage ceilings that are typical of the average salaried job. You’ll also have the creative freedom to turn your passion or knowledge into a full-fledged… 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


Buying a House in Canada With Bad Credit in 2019

Buying a House in Canada With Bad Credit in 2019

Bad credit can happen to anyone. A job loss, an illness or a few not-so-great decisions can have long term consequences for your credit score. One of those consequences is that it can be hard to buy a house; banks use credit scores to determine how trustworthy borrowers are,… Read More


Sprout – Simplify Your Finances

Sprout – Simplify Your Finances

We are extremely excited to announce the launch of our App (currently in Beta) that will simplify & demystify money for Canadians. This is a huge milestone for [Sprout Financial Inc] us and we’re excited to get our user’s feedback so we can continue to Sprout (pun intended!). How Does… 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


Everything You Need to Know About a Financial Plan

Everything You Need to Know About a Financial Plan

Claudia DoRego, Planswell As you begin to plan out what you would like your financial future to look like, based on both your short and long-term goals, you’ll realize that there is a variety of money managing strategies that you can use to help. A term that… Read More



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