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


Unexpected Expenses: How to Handle Financial Emergencies

Unexpected Expenses: How to Handle Financial Emergencies

Sponsored by For this blog, we’ve teamed up with our partners at Fairstone. “What can I do in a financial emergency?” – Don’t worry; it happens to all of us. Even if you’ve tried to prepare yourself for the unexpected, we’re often faced with larger expenses than anticipated. Read More


Your Guide To Budgeting in 2018

Your Guide To Budgeting in 2018

2018 is already underway and if you haven’t already, it’s time to start budgeting and saving for the sake of your financial future. If you’ve never made yourself an effective budget, don’t worry, you’re not alone. That being said, budgeting is a very important step toward gaining financial… Read More


8 Things Worth Breaking Your Budget for

8 Things Worth Breaking Your Budget for

At Loans Canada, we love budgets and think they’re a necessary part of attaining financial success. With the power to get you out of debt and reach financial goals, we can’t recommend enough that everyone makes a personalized budget and sticks to it every month (at least to the best… Read More


Infographic: The Cost of Raising a Child in Canada

Infographic: The Cost of Raising a Child in Canada

Raising a family is a common goal among many Canadians all across the country. But with the cost of just about everything on the rise, it can seem next to impossible to afford to raise a child these days. From diapers and childcare to braces and post-secondary education, it’s important that… Read More


5 Things I Gave up to Afford a Mexican Vacation

5 Things I Gave up to Afford a Mexican Vacation

I haven’t taken a real vacation in years and I also haven’t even had that much time off in the last two years to relax and recharge. So my boyfriend and I decided that this year we were going to make time for a vacation. We… 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


Valentine’s Day on a Budget: Our Trifecta of Success

Valentine’s Day on a Budget: Our Trifecta of Success

There isn’t a right or wrong way to celebrate Valentine’s Day. With so much emphasis and pressure to impress your significant other on this special day, Valentine’s Day can be considered one of the most overrated holidays. That being said, most people still want to experience a romantic night with… 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


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