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Debt Relief Canada – National Debt

July 4, 2011

Contrary to what Finance Minister Paul Martin might think, there seems to be a great deal of interest in the national debt. Because talk of the debt in the budget speech was all but lost in the avalanche of tax cuts and program spending, perhaps I can attempt to make up for it. Economics can […]

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Debt Relief Canada – Steps to Create a Budget Plan

June 2, 2011

You can quickly create an accurate budget plan by following these simple steps. 1.Track your expenses for at least 3 months. 2.Categorize your expenses by group. 3.Total the amount of your expenses in each group. 4.Determine your average monthly income. 5.Allocate your income by expense category. 6.Review your progress by continuing to track your expenses […]

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Debt Relief Canada – Crushing Credit Card Debt

May 10, 2011

How much do YOU owe on your credit cards? The average  family is now over $7000 in debt just on their credit cards.  That debt generates an interest charge of over $105 each month if your card charges the average 18%.  If you have missed a payment or made a late payment (even by one […]

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Debt Relief Canada – Economy aiding in debt reduction

April 1, 2011

While Canadians continue to carry record debt loads, improvements in the economy are allowing them to service that debt. Details in the earnings reports from CIBC and National Bank suggest that the banks are seeing fewer credit card accounts slipping into arrears, as Canadians find the cash to make at least their minimum payments. Loss […]

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Debt Relief Canada – Students need an education in debt repayment

March 12, 2011

When a bus driver stopped to offer Signa Daum Shanks a free ride on a recent -27 C morning in Saskatoon she couldn’t have been more grateful. With thousands of dollars in student loans to start repaying in a few months, she’s looking for any way to save money. For more than 20 years, Ms. […]

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Debt Relief Canada – The Macroeconomics of Personal Debt

February 4, 2011

Visit GetSmarterAboutMoney.ca In the recent past, the head of the Bank of Canada (BoC) sounded the alarm to the nation about personal debt levels – the amount of personal debt carried by Canadians has reached a record high Although everyone knows that it’s never good to be in debt, why would the Bank of Canada […]

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