Canadians are struggling with insurmountable levels of debt. Consumer proposals provide an alternative to bankruptcy without the disadvantages of debt consolidation.
With more than a year of being closed for business, several self-employed Canadians relied on the Canada Response Benefit for financial assistance during COVID-19. Now as they re-enter the workforce, regaining financial stability will be an important part of their transition.
It’s easy to get carried away when spending your hard-earned money. And there are common mistakes that can exacerbate debt and move financial freedom further out of reach. Let’s examine some ways you can avoid adding to an already difficult financial situation.
Pursuing post-secondary education can be an exciting time to enhance your career opportunities. Fortunately, there are solutions to help you reduce the financial burden of student debt, whether you’re currently in school or have graduated.
If you are one of the many Canadians experiencing unemployment right now, there are essential steps you can take to support yourself during this transition. There are also several resources available to help alleviate the financial impact of job loss.
Many Canadians find tax return time stressful because they haven't planned for potential income tax debt owed to the Canada Revenue Agency. Let’s consider the ways you can prepare for income tax debt this year!