A concoction of planning, saving, and cutting costs may just be enough to ward off that dreadful post-holiday (financial) hangover.
Lousy weather and escalating debt from the holidays can cause sleepless nights at the very least. Blue Monday is known for being the most depressing day of the year, but…
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So you overspent during the holidays… How can you start to repair the damage to your wallet? Read on for our tips.
The Canadian winter is in full force – and baby, it’s cooooold outside! It may be tempting to crank the thermostat or shop away those seasonal blues – but don’t let your finances get into a frosty funk.
It has been said that January 23 is the most depressing day of the year. Typically, this is because it’s the date you receive your credit card statement, which is usually filled with a few too many holiday gift purchases. At RateSupermarket.ca, I feel like we’ve spent a lot of time talking about ways to manage debt, especially before and after the holidays. What we’ve never done before is focus on other ways to battle depression at this time of year.