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The Canada Revenue Agency, CRA for short, has a lot of power over taxpayers in Canada, more than you may have originally thought. For this reason, it can be unsettling to be in debt to the CRA. There are many types of debt that CRA collects including, but not limited… Read More
Meeting the requirements for a mortgage and getting approved are already challenging enough, but securing a mortgage in 2019 is even more of a feat thanks to the recently introduced mortgage stress test. Want to know the minimum credit score required for a mortgage in 2019? Find out here. Read More
Although dual-income households can improve purchasing power and the ability to qualify for a mortgage, a significant number of home buyers are going through the process solo. But how affordable is it to buy a home on a single income in Canada? A study by Zoocasa looks at the… Read More
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Loans Canada is a leading online platform for Canadian consumers, in fact, it is the largest in the entire country! The purpose of Loans Canada is to provide a platform for consumers to research financial products, compare financial options, be connected with lenders, leave reviews, and learn about personal finance. Read More
You may have heard of my story. I’m the guy who paid off his mortgage by age 30. CBC News filmed my mortgage burning party a little over three years ago and it went viral. While a lot of people know I’m mortgage-free, I wanted to share… Read More
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