Tag: Credit Cards

Relationship Status & Your Partner’s Debt

January 31, 2017

So you’ve had the “finances” conversation in your relationship and you are still concerned about how exactly your partner’s debt will impact your personal financial situation? Maybe they ran up a high credit card bill or you are worried about the impact their debt has on your credit score? Hopefully, this will clear up some of the confusion. […]

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Debt Relief Canada – Charge cards vs. credit cards: What’s the difference?

July 29, 2013

American Express offers a line-up of rewards cards designed specifically for high spenders who pay off their balance in full each month. Although they seem to be credit cards, they really aren’t. They are charge cards, which are something quite different because rather than having the option to make partial payments and carry a balance, […]

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Debt Relief Canada – Credit cards make Christmas merry for Canadians

December 20, 2012

In a Christmas season marked by growing economic malaise around the world, Canadians are defiantly fighting back with the best weapon they have: their credit cards. The sluggish global recovery from the Great Recession has saddled the country’s consumers with stagnant wages, persistently high unemployment and record-high household debt levels – high enough that Bank […]

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Debt Relief Canada – Consumer debt delinquency falls to pre-recession levels

December 14, 2012

    TORONTO – Equifax Canada says delinquencies on consumer debt fell to pre-recession levels during the summer – even though the amount of money owed continued to rise. The credit-monitoring firm says only 1.22 per cent of debts were unpaid after 90 days or more in the July-September quarter. That’s down sharply from 1.37 per […]

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