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9 extreme ways to avoid college loan ...

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It won’t be long before today’s high school seniors become tomorrow’s poor undergrads. Here are some extreme funding measures to help pay for college. Source: 9 extreme ways to avoid college loan debt

Calculate your actual income: It migh...

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Are you trying to see if you can afford a larger payment on your credit card? mortgage or car payment? retirement? The first thing that bankers look at is your monthly net income. This isn’t where you take your hourly wage times the number of hours you work in two weeks, there are hidden things like taxes […]

Insolvency rising in Canada: CIBC rep...

Insolvency rising in Canada: CIBC report

The number of Canadians who can’t pay their debts and are being forced into insolvency is on the rise for the first time since the recession. Source: Insolvency rising in Canada: CIBC report

Bankruptcy, foreclosure and exodus ba...

Bankruptcy, foreclosure and exodus batter Calgary’s housing market

Bankruptcy, foreclosure and exodus batter Calgary’s housing market CALGARY – On Wednesday morning, one of Adam O’Keefe’s moving crews is scheduled to pull up to a six-bedroom home in Springbank, a well-to-do neighbourhood just west of Calgary, clear the contents out of the house and send it directly to a consignment gallery. O’Keefe doesn’t know […]

#CountMeInCA

#CountMeInCA

Minister of State (Finance) Kevin Sorenson and Financial Literacy Leader Jane Rooney today launched the National Strategy for Financial Literacy-Count me in, Canada at an event held at the YMCA of Greater Toronto. The strategy is a call to action for all Canadians to gain the knowledge, skills and confidence they need to make good […]

Finally Some (Small) Improvement In H...

Finally Some (Small) Improvement In Household Debt

OTTAWA – The ratio of how much Canadians owe compared with how much they earn improved in the first quarter for the first time since steadily worsening through most of last year.Statistics Canada said Source: Finally Some (Small) Improvement In Household Debt