Should You Pay Off Debt or Save
Mar 30, 2021 | News, Debt Management, Personal Finance
Wondering whether to pay off debt or save during the pandemic? You are not alone. Countless Canadians are asking themselves the same question.
Keeping more money in your pocket
Feb 22, 2021 | Personal Finance, News, Financial Literacy
If you are like most people today, you are interested in keeping more money in your pocket. These three basic principles can make a massive difference to our financial well-being. Saving, saving, saving. Saving enables us to reach our financial goals, whether for a...
Consumer rights and debt
Jan 18, 2021 | Advocacy, Debt Management, Personal Finance, News, Credit Counselling
Consumer rights and debt is an increasingly important topic. As modern societies move toward open data movements in government, health care and banking, it’s important to note that North American society wasn’t built on a bedrock of a citizen’s right to know....
Your Right to Know
Nov 3, 2020 | Debt Management, Personal Finance, News, Credit Counselling
Why Canada must enshrine consumer rights around debt It's your right to know. Consumer rights ensure people obtain accurate and unbiased information and that they are not mistreated. Additionally, being informed on individual rights increases overall economic welfare...
Debt Rock Bottom: Where to turn for help
Sep 15, 2020 | Credit Counselling, Debt Management, Personal Finance, News, Financial Literacy
Debt rock bottom: Where do you turn for help? When you're in debt, are you one of four-in-10 Canadians who don’t know where to turn for help? A new national survey by Credit Counselling Canada paints a picture of confusion. Many consumers don't know where they can...
Drowning in Debt? Here’s the Best Way to Take Care of It.
Sep 3, 2020 | Debt Management, News, Consumer Alerts, Financial Literacy, Personal Finance, Credit Counselling
Know Your Options Drowning in debt and don’t know how to get rid of it? Lost your job, or had your wages cut due the global pandemic? You’re not a alone. Many people in debt have a hard time knowing the best way to take care of it. If you’re having trouble keeping up...
Credit Counselling Canada appointed to FCAC Committee
Jul 15, 2020 | Consumer Alerts, News, Financial Literacy, Credit Counselling, Debt Management
CCC on Financial Consumer Agency of Canada's Advisory TeamCredit Counselling Canada has been appointed to FCAC Consumer Protection Advisory Committee to support financial well-being of Canadians.Click here to view the article to learn more.
TD Charges Interest on Interest for Credit
Jan 29, 2020 | Consumer Alerts, News, Financial Literacy, Credit Counselling, Debt Management
TD charges interest on interest for personal credit card customers This week Global News' Erica Alini reported that TD will start charging compound interest on all its branded personal credit cards. In other words, TD will be charging interest on interest. Click here...
In The News - Special to The Globe and Mail
Michelle Pommels spoke recently to the Global Mail, providing counsel to business owners and freelancers, for ways to smooth out their income streams, addressing concerns regarding paying household bills as economy shuts down. Read more here.
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