Your Debt Timetable: How Will Ongoing Debt Affect You?

Your Debt Timetable: How Will Ongoing Debt Affect You?

It’s in your best interest to stay out of debt whenever and however you can. Unfortunately, no kind of debt can be swept under the rug, whether it’s from your credit cards, mortgage, car payments, payday loans, or otherwise. Being responsible by paying your bills on… Read More


Debt Management Tips For Credit Users

Debt Management Tips For Credit Users

Managing your debt can certainly be a difficult task. While it might be simple enough at first to deal with a handful of common credit card or personal loan debt, it can quickly get out of hand, especially when you aren’t making your… Read More


How to Start Saving When You Have Too Much Debt

How to Start Saving When You Have Too Much Debt

It’s nearly impossible to meet someone who doesn’t have some amount of debt, no matter how much or how little. In fact, the average Canadian consumer has almost $9,000 in debt, not including any mortgage debt they might have. You likely have plenty of debt… Read More


The Top 5 Reasons Canadians Are in Debt

The Top 5 Reasons Canadians Are in Debt

If you’re like many other Canadian consumers, you likely have some debt on your plate. The average Canadian owes $8,500 in consumer debt, and that’s not even including their mortgage. And about 12% of Canadians have consumer debt over $25,000, while another 14% have debts between $10,000 and… Read More


Debt Management Products For Credit Users

Debt Management Products For Credit Users

Having trouble handling your mountain of debt? Don’t worry, you’re definitely not alone. In fact, debt troubles are a common issue for many Canadian credit users out there. What’s important, if your debt is becoming a problem, is that you take the proper steps to stop it from… Read More


Should I Answer a Collection Call?

Should I Answer a Collection Call?

If you’re heavily in debt and are overdue on some of your bill payments, you can bet that the creditors you owe will do whatever they can to get that money back. After sending you multiple notices in the mail about your past-due payments, you’ll probably wind up… Read More


Need to Pay Down Debt? Fairstone Can Help

Need to Pay Down Debt? Fairstone Can Help

Sponsored by For this blog, we’ve teamed up with our partners at Fairstone. As the weather gets warmer, many of us start spring cleaning. While cleaning your house or yard, you may think about cleaning up your finances as well. Paying off debt is a great way to get… Read More


A Penny Spent is a Penny Owed: 10 Ways to Pay Off Your Debt

A Penny Spent is a Penny Owed: 10 Ways to Pay Off Your Debt

When it comes to debt, it’s always in your best interest to get a jumpstart toward paying it off, if you want to avoid being in debt for years to come. Easier said than done, we know. Everyone’s financial situation is different, just as everyone’s level… Read More


How Does Foreclosure Affect Your Credit Score?

How Does Foreclosure Affect Your Credit Score?

Foreclosure is a highly unfortunate event that forces homeowners to lose their homes after defaulting on their mortgages. Foreclosures are a real risk to those who are struggling to make their mortgage payments. If a homeowner is three months overdue on their… Read More


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