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It’s commonly assumed that people with high incomes don’t need financial help, but that’s not always the case. A lot of the time, high-income earners have a higher cost-of-living, higher expenses, and higher debt. People with higher incomes tend to live in more expensive areas, have bigger mortgages, buy more expensive vehicles and luxury goods,

It is appearing increasingly likely that we will see another hike during the October 24 Bank of Canada (BOC) interest rate announcement. Since July of 2017, the BOC has increased Canadian interest rates four times, with the last increase being in July of 2018 when it hit 1.5%. The BOC maintained the 1.5% rate during

On July 11, 2018, the predicted Bank of Canada interest rate increase came true. The Bank of Canada (BOC) announced that interest rates are going up to 1.5%. This is the fourth time interest rates have risen in a year. They first rose from 0.5% to 0.75% in July of 2017, then to 1% in

Learning how to get out of debt can be a challenge, but it is possible. Often, paying off debt takes time and sustained effort. And while slow and steady can certainly be effective in most cases, what if you need to pay off debt quickly to qualify for a loan or a mortgage?  If you