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The 3 Things You Need Besides Money To Pay Off Your Debt

By Andrew Daniels on November 7, 2016

You’ve decided that you want to break free from debt once and for all. Congratulations! When it comes to paying off your debt there are a lot of things to think about, but deciding to get out of debt is the biggest decision of all. While money is the most important part of debt repayment,…

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How to Talk Debt with Your Significant Other

By Alyssa Davies on October 28, 2016

Talking about debt with anyone can be a tough task to take on, but talking about debt with your significant other can be even more overwhelming. Sharing financial details with your partner can save you from future money problems that will be too large to move past, and also allow you to find support in…

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Where to Save and Where to Splurge on Halloween Stuff

By Rubina Ahmed-Haq on October 19, 2016

Halloween has become big business in Canada. What was once a holiday exclusively for kids has now reached into offices, adult costume parties and themed events at night clubs. A survey conducted in 2015 by digital couponing site RetailMeNot.com found that 68 per cent of Canadians adults now celebrate Halloween. It also found 33 per…

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10 Places You Are Spending Without Knowing

By Rubina Ahmed-Haq on October 12, 2016

Canadians are suffering with record high levels of debt. The latest numbers from Statistics Canada show in the second quarter of 2016, for every dollar of disposal income Canadians owe $1.67. The majority of this is mortgage debt, but 1/3 is consumer debt often held on expensive credit cards and on a line of credit….

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5 Ways to Reinvent Your Social Life While Paying off Debt

By Alyssa Davies on August 22, 2016

For those of you who are just starting to pay off your debt, I’m sure you’ve realized that changing your lifestyle to reach your goal of financial freedom is difficult. Your friends and family are still planning outings that you would at one point, never turn down. But now you have to. So what does…

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Lifestyle Inflation: A Wake Up Call

By Amanda Reaume on June 25, 2016

When you get a raise at work, do you immediately think about what you’ll buy with the extra money? When you find out that you’ll be getting an income tax refund, do you plan a trip or a special outing? If it seems that no matter how much money you make you have a hard…

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The Real Reason I Paid off $38,000 in Two Years

By Jordann Brown on June 16, 2016

There are so many reasons to pay off debt. Maybe you want to be free from creditors. Or you want to increase your disposable income. Maybe you want to save more for things you care about like travel or a home, or maybe you straight up just want more money in the bank. These are…

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Teaching Your Kids About Debt

By Rubina Ahmed-Haq on June 9, 2016

Teaching kids’ financial literacy is important. Knowing how to manage money is an invaluable skill that will be used for life. But what about teaching young people more about debt? No matter how good you’re at making a budget, saving money and scoring the best deals, if you can’t manage your debt you’ll never build…

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Should You Rent Your House Out On Airbnb?

By Amanda Reaume on May 20, 2016

With Airbnb growing in popularity, many people are wondering whether they could make extra money by renting their homes out on the site. Maybe one of your neighbours or friends are doing it. Or maybe you’ve stayed at an Airbnb listing while travelling. Whatever the reason, for those who are considering the prospect there are…

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What No One Tells You About Paying Off Debt

By Jordann Brown on May 11, 2016

When I started paying back my $38,000 debt load four years ago, I thought I knew a thing or two about debt. I knew that taking on student loans and car loans is considered normal. I knew that most Canadians carry debt. I knew that paying off my debt would not be an easy feat….

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