Balance transfers often come with low introductory interest rates. They can be an effective part of a debt repayment plan when cardholders take heed of the risks.
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Is your credit card costing you more than it should? You could be paying thousands of dollars more in interest – simply because you’re using a card with the wrong features. Check out the best low interest cards on the market and see how they can help you pay down your debt.
With so many details to consider when launching a small business, it can be easy to neglect your financial plan. Keep an eye out for these money pitfalls.
A recent poll finds that Canadians are lowering their personal debt through less spending – but they continue to be anxious about their remaining debt levels.
Thanksgiving offers the chance to catch up with loved ones – and money is a subject sure to crop up at the dinner table. Whether you’re fielding questions about your income, or discussing matters such as inheritance or parent care, read our tips for a productive – and peaceful – money discussion.
A new poll finds 92 per cent of Canadians would willingly take out debt – even when it’s not absolutely necessary. Canadians may be more comfortable living with their debt – and as a result, we’re maxing out faster.
Daily deal sites are full of discounts so great, you can’t help but snap them up. Before you rush to buy the next spa or trip package to come your way, though, ask yourself: are you overestimating the deal – and is it feeding your overspending habits?