Common Money Sense to be Taught in Ontario Schools
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Common Money Sense to be Taught in Ontario Schools

The lack of “money sense” among Canadian youth has been an item of discussion and growing concern across the nation for some time now. In response, the Ontario government recently announced a pilot project that puts a focus on financial literacy within the Grade 10 curriculum. The pilot is aimed at revamping the current mandatory careers studies course by integrating… Continue reading »

How to Improve Your Credit Score – Post-Holiday Edition
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How to Improve Your Credit Score – Post-Holiday Edition

In January, people tend to cut back on certain expenses as they rehabilitate their credit and make up for overspending during the holidays. Less shopping, less restaurant visits, less entertaining… The effects that overspending have on lifestyle are usually pretty apparent… Continue reading »

12 Months to Being Debt Free – Looking Forward and Looking Back
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12 Months to Being Debt Free – Looking Forward and Looking Back

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… Continue reading »