Sometimes, it’s hard for students to get credit cards because they don’t have income from a part-time job, or any credit history on their record. In this case, consider these tips on how to build credit as a student.
As the prime rate rises, so does the cost of borrowing money, or taking out any type of loan. Here are other areas where students can expect rising interest rates to affect their finances come September.
What happens to debt when you get married? Whether or not you’re on the hook for your spouse’s debt can vary depending on the situation. Read on to learn more.
The new Liberal government made plenty of promises for household finances while campaigning. Now, as they prepare to take office, Canadians are waiting to see how their bottom lines could be impacted. From new tax measures to student loans, we’ve rounded up the biggest changes to come.
Post-grad students face even greater financial challenges than those hitting campus for the first time and often take a cut in earnings in order to study. Here are a few tips and resources for making going back to school more affordable for adults.
It’s credit crunch time for Canadians! A new report finds the national debt-to-income ratio has hit 164.4%. How can Canadians build credit without going into debt? Read on for this week’s tips.
How can students build credit when they already face such high amounts of debt? There are small ways to start building that credit score. Check out our tips.
How long is your debt timeline? Think you could pay off your student loan or mortgage even faster? Check out this week’s headlines for our top tips.
A new report finds Ontario tuition costs are Canada’s highest, and have grown 248% since 1993! What can Ontario students do to counter these rising costs?
We’ve all heard the tongue-in-cheek jingle: back-to-school is the “most wonderful time of the year”. But for many Canadian families, it’s a spending season that rivals Christmas.