Can Canadians really afford to own cars? A study finds auto loans are on the rise – and that they represent an amount of unsecured debt that could pose danger to Canada’s economy. Read on for the full story.
New reports find the economic success of the Canadian middle class to be shrinking. Is the “Canadian dream” still a reality?
Should you consolidate credit card debt? It can be a tempting solution to sky high interest payments and persistent creditors – but be aware of pros and cons.
Are you struggling to stick with a savings plan? A PC poll finds Canadians are finding it a challenge to commit to long term savings goals in the face of debt and budgeting woes.
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.
A recent CIBC poll finds Canadians put retirement savings on the back burner when it comes to financial priorities, focusing instead on debt repayment.
One of the top New Year’s resolutions is to get out of debt – especially with consumer credit at all-time highs, and record low borrowing rates poised to rise in the new year. The good news? It’s never too late to turn your finances around – and what better time than the dawn of a new year to get started down the path to financial security?
Are we in for a lifetime of debt? According to our Cost of the Future study, Canadians are staring down some of the longest debt repayment plans ever – and they’re kicked off by sky-high tuition costs.