4 Reasons Why You Can’t Get Out of Debt

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Have you been wanting to get out of debt for some time, but can’t seem to make any progress? It’s no secret that paying off debt is definitely not a walk in the park. It’s much easier to get into debt than it is to get out. If you feel like you’ve reached a lull lately when it comes to paying off your debt, there may be quite a few reasons why you can’t seem to reach your goals. Here are...

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How to Recover from a Holiday Shopping Binge

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When my husband and I were just married (and beyond broke), we only bought very small presents for each other and some presents for my mom that were within our budget.  However, when we got home for Christmas, my mom was beaming with pride as she showed us the many presents she had under the tree for us. Embarrassed by our small number of gifts for her, we went out shopping on Christmas Eve to give...

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Christmas and the Debt Dilemma

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Many people are inundated with debt through their mortgage, lines of credit, or personal and credit card debts. Most people also live paycheck to paycheck, with minimal savings or investments, and have no idea how to get off the tread mill. It’s no wonder most people feel “there is no money left at the end of the month.” With the Christmas holidays coming up, it’s even more important not...

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Updates: Nov 11 – 17

Well, I think we’ve set the record for the latest weekly update yet! It’s just over a week until we move to the new condo, but most of the weekend was taken up by fun activities which included champagne tasting, scotch tasting, a junior hockey game, pick up football, the mortgage signing, a board games night and finally the CFL West Final at BC Place (below). Sadly, the Lions lost, so I...

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