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Should you plan a spending fast for the new year?

December 27th, 2016  |  Personal Finance

The holidays are over and it’s the coldest time of the year now. You’re dreading opening up your banking app because you don’t want to see how much money you spent and how much money you owe on your credit card. It’s common to be down on your finances in January.

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4 pillars of solid personal finance

December 22nd, 2016  |  Personal Finance

Are you looking to be financially successful? You’re not alone. There are some key traits and habits that those who are financially successful possess, such as having a family budget and being laser-focused on repaying debt. Here are four pillars of solid personal f...

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3 reasons now is the right time to shop for new car insurance

December 22nd, 2016  |  Auto Insurance

If you’re like the majority of Canadians, chances are you haven’t updated your car insurance in a few years. Car insurance companies make it super easy for you to renew your insurance – they automatically renew it and then ask for another year’s worth of premiums.

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What happens when a holiday visitor is hurt on your property?

December 22nd, 2016  |  Home Insurance

If your holidays are anything like mine, they’re mainly about three things: good times, great food and memories that will last a lifetime. While the holidays are supposed to be a time of joy, nothing can ruin the holiday cheer more than when a visitor gets hurt on your p...

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How to file a home insurance claim

December 22nd, 2016  |  Home Insurance

Winter just officially arrived, and in Canada, that means an uptick in home insurance claims. Water damage is the most common reason people file claims, a...

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