Anyone can find themselves with debt – even if you believe you’re responsible with money. Editor Penelope shares her story of how she fell into the debt hole – and the steps she’s taking to fix her credit score.
Financial Literacy Month: November marks this nation-wide initiative. Looking to involve your kids? Here are a few ways to teach financial literacy at home.
Losing your job can be a very emotional and stressful experience – but it’s important to stay in control and land back on your feet. From saving a rainy day fund to knowing your severance pay rights, these tips will help you through such a difficult time.
Be wary of unsolicited emails or calls promising a competitive low interest credit card in exchange for a fee – it’s the latest ploy from fraudsters out to acquire your sensitive financial information. Here’s how to protect yourself, and what to do if you’re targeted.
New regulations for financial institutions have banned the unsolicited send out of credit card convenience cheques to consumers. These cheques, which tap directly into your credit card balance, come with hefty fees and interest charges that consumers need to be aware of.
This November marks the second annual financial literacy month. Across Canada, events are being held to improve Canadians’ financial skill sets. Check out our resources for getting involved and improving your financial knowledge.