6 Debt Busting Strategies for 2017

Canadians have a love affair with cheap – affordable debt. According to Statistics Canada, in December 2016, total household credit-market debt reached $2.004-trillion, with $1.31-trillion in mortgages and $590-billion in credit cards, car loans and other personal loans. Household credit-market debt, which includes mortgage loans and consumer credit, increased 1.3 per cent in the third

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30 Essential Money Habits

30 Essential Money Habits  30 Essential Money Habits Your financial health, just like your physical health, is built on dozens of small, daily decisions that eventually form habits. And while eating better and exercising more are well-known habits that will get you fit, sometimes the money habits that lead to financial health are much less

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Retirement by 40: Is it Doable?

Dreaming of moving to Florida for your retirement? How about Hawaii? What if you could do this by the age of 40? It may just be well in reach if you start putting measures in place early and have laser-like focus toward that goal. Early Retirement By the Numbers According to Statistics Canada, since 2009

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