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Financing For Rims

Financing For Rims

Have you ever noticed how two vehicles of the exact same make and model can look completely different from each other? More specifically, have you ever wondered why one looks so much better than the other? Most likely, it’s because of the extra upgrades that one owner has included in… Read More


Start Earning With The Loans Canada Affiliate Program

Start Earning With The Loans Canada Affiliate Program

Want to start earning more with your app or website? The Loans Canada Affiliate Program might be just what you need. Send Referrals By API, Using A Tracking Link, Or With Our iFrame Widget. Signing up as a Loans Canada affiliate is as simple as filling out a short registration… Read More


Avoid These Common Mortgage Application Mistakes

Avoid These Common Mortgage Application Mistakes

Mortgages are incredibly important types of loans that make it possible for Canadians to make the biggest purchase of their lives. Considering how important mortgages are, it’s essential to ensure that all steps toward applying for a mortgage are done correctly in order to avoid any issues with approval. Unfortunately,… Read More


What is an Auto Equity Loan?

What is an Auto Equity Loan?

An auto equity loan is essentially what it sounds like, it is a loan that uses the equity in your car as security. Auto equity loans are useful for borrowers with poor credit in need of fast cash. However, the ease of obtaining an auto equity loan does come at… Read More


Should I Use My Credit Card For Emergencies?

Should I Use My Credit Card For Emergencies?

For this post, we’ve teamed up with our partners at Fairstone. Short answer? It depends. Emergencies happen to all of us (and always at the worst time). Is using a credit card for emergency expenses the right choice? That’s up to you. Our partners at… Read More


2019 Bankruptcy Surplus Income Limits

2019 Bankruptcy Surplus Income Limits

In Canada, part of the bankruptcy process is making payments to creditors for the duration of your bankruptcy. Given the financial turmoil of individuals going through a bankruptcy, the Canadian government has set payment regulations for bankrupt individuals, otherwise known as surplus income limits. Surplus income limits take into account… Read More


Paying Off a Consumer Proposal With a Loan

Paying Off a Consumer Proposal With a Loan

If you’re currently working your way through a consumer proposal, you might have asked yourself, “is there a way I can get through this quicker?” The great news is, the answer is yes. It’s possible to get a specialized loan to pay off your consumer proposal. This is an attractive… Read More


What is a Lienholder?

What is a Lienholder?

If you’ve ever held a mortgage or car loan, then you’ve had a lien placed on the title of your home or automobile. And if you’ve ever been involved in a situation where you owed money to a contractor or have been involved in some sort of legal judgment… Read More


Everything You Need to Know About Auto Refinancing

Everything You Need to Know About Auto Refinancing

There are plenty of reasons someone may want to refinance an auto loan. Most involve changing the length of your term, reducing your monthly payment, or adding or removing a person from the loan. Whatever your motivation may be, it is important to note that everyone’s financial situation is unique. Read More



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