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2020-02-29

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2020-02-29

Becoming Financially Stable Takes Purpose Becoming Financially stable takes on various meanings for different people based on current affairs. However, in a nutshell, it means you are debt-free and can pay for everyday needs without money stress. The term financial stability also means you have a stable backing system or in other words a stash of cash, emergency savings or investments. I’m not talking about being a teenager that lives at home or an adult that hasn’t left mom and pops house either. You have to look at the big picture when it comes to personal finance and where you...

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2019-12-12

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2019-12-12

HOW I STOPPED WAITING FOR MY PAYCHEQUE TO FORGETTING IT WAS PAYDAY One of the hardest things to do is to stop living paycheque to paycheque when costs are soaring and debt levels are high. Housing costs, interest rates and rent are on the rise and we need to buckle down if we want out of the debt game. The problem is that access to money is cheap and spending it is even easier causing more concern for Canadians. However, there is light at the end of the tunnel but it won’t be solved sitting around waiting for that next...

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2019-12-01

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2019-12-01

HOW I STOPPED WAITING FOR MY PAYCHEQUE TO FORGETTING IT WAS PAYDAY One of the hardest things to do is to stop living paycheque to paycheque when costs are soaring and debt levels are high. Housing costs, interest rates and rent are on the rise and we need to buckle down if we want out of the debt game. The problem is that access to money is cheap and spending it is even easier causing more concern for Canadians. However, there is light at the end of the tunnel but it won’t be solved sitting around waiting for that next...

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2019-11-18

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2019-11-18

CLEANING UP FINANCIAL DIFFICULTY IS A MOP AND BUCKET AWAY A common cause of financial difficulty typically stems from not being able to manage money properly. Obvious right? Well, not to everyone which is why bankruptcy exists. Money management is the key fundamental for success and critical to anyone who wants to avoid financial difficulty. In fact, today it seems that avoiding financial difficulty is as easy as getting more credit but that’s only a short-term fix. It’s a band-aid that many Canadians take on because they feel they are left with no other options other than credit counselling and...

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