2 Jan 2013

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5 Ways to Eliminate Your Debt

Good Debt vs. Bad Debt – What’s the Difference? More and more Canadian consumers are getting swallowed up by debt. I’m sure you’ve read and heard many of the statistics and stories in the news about how Canadians are borrowing at a record pace. One of the keys to financial independence is to get rid of your bad debt and acquire good debt. Bad debt is debt that makes you poor, such as credit card debt, car loans, line of credit and even your mortgage – this is consumer debt. Good debt is debt you acquire that actually works for you. The best example of…

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10 Jan 2013

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Real Estate Supply and Demand Growth

I came across this interesting post earlier this morning by Pacifica Partners Inc. suggesting Calgary is ‘Severely Overbuilt’…

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30 Jan 2013

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Collateral Mortgages: What Are You Not...

Collateral mortgages and the lack of disclosure and understanding are costing Canadians. CBC did an excellent investigation into…

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23 Jan 2013

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BOC Remains on the Sidelines

At 10:00 am EST, Wednesday January 23rd, 2013, the Bank of Canada again did what we expected them…

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13 Jan 2013

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US Debt ceiling explained in easy to...

I came across this great analogy on Facebook posted by one of my friends and had to share…

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11 Jan 2013

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Bad Debt: Do credit settlement agencies...

If you are current with the news you have probably heard about the many complaints against debt settlement…

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23 Jan 2013

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Suffering from Christmas debt hangover

Aside from any extra weight they may or may not gained over the holidays, most people also gain…

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21 Jan 2013

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Calgary Home and Garden Show

While it’s not quite gardening season yet, it’s certainly the time to start thinking about it, and the…

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13 Jan 2013

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From cliff to ceiling

Interesting article discussing the new US fiscal fight, the debt ceiling. They are quickly approaching the $16.4 Trillion…

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