25 Nov 2015

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How to Control Holiday Debt

Christmas is now only a month away, and there’s already reports that credit card debt is at a two-year high in Canada. Many Canadians will pay for Christmas presents this year with credit, but unless you have a plan in place to pay it off, you’ll be stuck with a holiday debt hangover. But you don’t want to delay the payment of holiday debts, or avoid even paying the minimum payments. “Credit card debt has risen to a two-year high. With the holiday shopping season around the corner, we are going to keep a close eye on how Q4 spending affects debt levels on credit…

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