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Credit and Debit Cards: What’s the Difference?

Filed in blog, Personal Finance by on May 7, 2014 0 Comments
Credit and Debit Cards: What’s the Difference?

Using plastic is an easy, convenient way to pay for goods and services with a wide variety of merchants. While credit and debit cards may look the same, they are in fact different. Debit cards are linked to your checking account and can only be used up to the amount in there, whereas credit cards […]

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Is Filing Taxes Over the Internet Secure?

Filed in blog, Personal Finance by on March 19, 2014 1 Comment

The great Canadian tax season is upon us! Dust off your calculators and sharpen your pencils. If you have them ready, you join close to 7 million Canadians filed their taxes the old-fashioned way: through the mail. Yes a large group of us still fill out paper forms; however, over the past 10 years you […]

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Keeping your credit history safe with with two-step verification

Filed in blog, Credit Monitoring, Personal Finance by on March 14, 2014 0 Comments

Online credit fraud will naturally see an increase as Canadians become more comfortable doing shopping or banking online. In fact, online banking has seen an exponential increase partly because of the convenience of being able to pay bills and transfer money while at home. Identity theft techniques can range from unsophisticated, such collecting your information […]

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Big tax refunds by paying more taxes on purpose

Filed in blog, Debt Management, Personal Finance by on January 20, 2014 0 Comments
Big tax refunds by paying more taxes on purpose

With the tax season upon us and holiday bills coming in, it is also time for a little reminder about checking your Canadian Credit Report for Free. Ideally Canadians should check their credit score and credit history at least once a year. Personally I like to be informed on changes to my credit rating and […]

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Canadian Credit Repair – Improve Scores and Avoid Scams

Filed in blog, Credit Counseling, Credit Score by on September 5, 2013 0 Comments
Canadian Credit Repair – Improve Scores and Avoid Scams

Credit Repair in Canada is a topic that continues to remains relevant year after year. This is especially true because Canadians borrow money for everything from small furniture purchases to larger items such as cars and houses. If you are on this site, chances are that you are looking for credit repair information. In Canada, […]

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