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Dec 8, 2018

When you have debt, Christmas is a stressful time. With pressure to spend on family, friends, co-workers, and maybe even your barber, the season turns into more of a financial burden than a time to be merry. And even though you want to give, your budget is limited. Is it possible to say no to holiday spending...


Dec 1, 2018

The death of a spouse and divorce bring an emotional burden, but sadly such catastrophic events also create financial consequences.  In fact, the death of a spouse or divorce are both common reasons why people file bankruptcy. Without proper financial planning, people can find themselves unable to cope with existing...


Nov 24, 2018

If you are out of work or laid-off and need to upgrade your skills to improve your employment potential, how can you do this without incurring more debt? The Ontario government has a Second Career program that offers financial support to retrain for in-demand jobs for those who qualify. On today’s show we talk...


Nov 17, 2018

Indebted Canadians pay at least $24 million a year for what is often unnecessary debt advice. How does this happen? Well, when you have overwhelming debt, you're not just thinking about the money. There's also an emotional element: You're stressed, anxious, and worried about your future. Enter unlicensed debt...


Nov 10, 2018

Being injured or in an accident can have broad reaching financial implications. In addition to the costs of care, you can lose income if you are off work and may incur additional legal costs. Finding ways to recover some of those expenses can help you avoid the debt problems that can occur after an injury. Our...