If your student loans have become unmanageable, explore top relief options before you cause damage to your credit.
The deadline for filing your 2016 income tax return is quickly approaching, so if you haven’t already filed yours, you’ve likely made plans to file before the cutoff on April 30, 2017. If you file electronically, you should typically receive your…
Year after year, debt repayment is listed as the number one financial priority for Canadians heading into the new year. According to a new CIBC poll, 28 per cent of survey takers said paying down debt is their top financial goal in 2017.
For many of you, December is the last month of your debt-free journey. If you are on track to paying off all your debt by the end of the year, then I would like to wish you sincere congratulations! You have worked hard and you deserve to be proud of tackling a challenge that…
If you’ve been following along with our debt-free journey since the beginning of the year, you can likely see the finish line from here. So what will your life be like after your final debt repayment? Here are some strategies to keep up the good habits in 2017.
If you’ve been following along with our series, you’re now in the home stretch of becoming debt free. Read on for tips on how to get through the final few months – which happen to coincide with the holiday season.
When you’re working hard to get out of debt, emergency expenses can throw you for a loop. Read on to find out how you can manage your budget if something unexpected happens.
If you’ve followed along since January, you’re now eight months into your debt free journey! But high interest could be holding you back from erasing all your debt before the curtain closes on 2016. Read on to find out what you can do to lower your interest payments and speed up your repayment timeline.
What are the best debt repayment strategies? From the snowball method to consolidation loans, read on to learn more about your various options.
Next in our 12-month series to being debt-free: sometimes, rather than scrimp and save, the best way to beat debt is to up your income. Read on for our top tips.