Can You Afford That Big Purchase?

Can You Afford That Big Purchase?

Every day, people across the country spend their hard earned money. The harsh reality is that it’s far easier to spend the money we make than make the money we spend. However, as long as we can manage our spending habits and force ourselves not to buy unnecessary… Read More


The Bachelor: Match Maker or Debt Maker?

The Bachelor: Match Maker or Debt Maker?

Even though participating on The Bachelor may seem like a dream come true, it can turn into a nightmare of struggling to pay your way out of debt. Yes, it has some benefits like fame and “possibly everlasting love,” but it comes at a large price, literally. Not… Read More


5 Ways to Save an Extra $100 Before The End of March

5 Ways to Save an Extra $100 Before The End of March

We don’t know about you but, two months into 2017 and we’re already having some serious issues keeping up with our savings goals. Like most consumers (and us!), at the end of 2016, you probably set yourself a few financial goals or resolutions. This is great by the way; we… Read More


Watch Out For Your Wallet: Top Canadian Financial Scams

Watch Out For Your Wallet: Top Canadian Financial Scams

In this day and age, there’s no shortage of people who are willing to steal from you and not give a second thought about it. There are also a ton of ways they can do it. With the internet, and everyone having a phone in their pocket, taking people’s money… Read More


How To Get Fit On A Budget

How To Get Fit On A Budget

Trying to work off the post-holiday winter weight? Or maybe you’re just sticking to a long anticipated New Year’s resolution. Whatever your motivation might be for getting or staying in shape, you’ll probably want to do so without putting too much financial strain on yourself. The strain should be on… Read More


Is Tying The Knot Financially Beneficial?

Is Tying The Knot Financially Beneficial?

What Happens To Your Finances When You Get Married? Ready to tie the knot with your significant other? This is a good opportunity to take a look at your finances, and consider how they will be affected after your marriage. The average wedding costs upwards of $20,000. Depending… Read More


The Loans Canada Team Shares Their New Year’s Resolutions

The Loans Canada Team Shares Their New Year’s Resolutions

2017 is fast approaching. Time to start making New Year’s resolutions. Whether it’s exercising more, eating healthier, or spending more time with loved ones, it’s important to start planning for a better future. Coupled with work, school, family, and friends, juggling our personal lives and financial futures can… Read More


The Most Popular New Year's Resolutions and Their More Attainable Alternatives

The Most Popular New Year's Resolutions and Their More Attainable Alternatives

New Year’s Resolutions, we love to make them, but when that clock strikes midnight on the 31st, we love to hate them even more. There’s almost nothing more satisfying than accomplishing a goal, especially when it comes to your finances. But, there’s also almost nothing more difficult than getting it… Read More


The Countdown to Christmas: 12 Days of Financial Advice    

The Countdown to Christmas: 12 Days of Financial Advice    

As of today, we are officially in the home stretch to Christmas, with only 12 days to go, we hope you’re taking some time to relax, hang out with those you love, and make sure your finances are on track so you can finish out the year with no debt… Read More


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