Is Canadian student debt denial a growing issue? Check out our recent survey results to see what young adults really think about their debt.
Is this “technical” recession behind us? The latest data from Statistics Canada show the economy enjoyed some growth during the third quarter, reversing the doom and gloom trend reported previously this year. What does this mean for consumers, spending and interest rates? Read on to find out.
What’s in store for October mortgage rates? The monthly forecast has been released by RateSupermarket.ca’s expert Mortgage Rate Outlook Panel. Here’s what they have to say about fixed and variable rates this month.
It’s credit crunch time for Canadians! A new report finds the national debt-to-income ratio has hit 164.4%. How can Canadians build credit without going into debt? Read on for this week’s tips.
What are some of the best things to buy in October? Check out the items you can save big on this month – from your Thanksgiving turkey, to a new car.
How can students build credit when they already face such high amounts of debt? There are small ways to start building that credit score. Check out our tips.
Credit card grey charges are lingering automatic purchases you’ve likely forgotten about. How can you find them on your statement and stop them? Read on for our tips.
The latest numbers from Statistics Canada show the national debt-to-income ratio has hit 164.4% – the biggest increase since 2011. Why is debt spiralling so high in Canada – and what can consumers do to lower their own ratios?
An alarming study from the CPA finds nearly half of all Canadians are living paycheque to paycheque. Low interest rates are partly to blame, along with a lack of savings. How can consumers break the paycheque to paycheque cycle? Read on to find out.
How long is your debt timeline? Think you could pay off your student loan or mortgage even faster? Check out this week’s headlines for our top tips.
A new report finds Ontario tuition costs are Canada’s highest, and have grown 248% since 1993! What can Ontario students do to counter these rising costs?