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interest rates

Why Canadian Borrowers May Be in for Lower Interest Rates

This post is guest-written by Penelope Graham of Zoocasa. Good news for borrowers and mortgage holders – after two years of “hawkish” trends, it appears interest rates may be headed lower once again. The Bank of Canada (BoC), which sets the… Read More

Penelope Graham

April 24, 2019

Personal Finance,News

Top 3 Considerations To Maximize Your RESP

This post is guest-written by Nest Wealth.  For many Canadian students and families, the climbing costs of post-secondary education aren’t surprising. The fact is, university and college education is one of the biggest expenses students and families incur in their… Read More

Nest Wealth

April 23, 2019

Personal Finance,Blog

7 Ways To Get Past Financial Stress And Start Thriving

Canadians are worried about their money — to the point of physical and mental distress. If you’re one of the 40% of Canadians that say money is their greatest source of stress or the 44% that live pay check to pay… Read More

Michelle Summerfield

April 16, 2019

Personal Finance,Blog

How Do I Update Or Dispute Information On My Free Credit Report?

It’s finally spring in Canada! This means that you’ve probably started your spring cleaning and have maybe gone a little “Marie Kondo” on your home. But what about doing some financial spring cleaning? A great way to start is by… Read More

Rachel Surman

April 11, 2019

Credit Reports,Blog
refinance mortgage

Mortgage Rates Are Dipping: Is Now A Good Time to Refinance?

After mortgage rates had been on the rise for the last year or so, mortgage rates are dipping. Low mortgage rates aren’t just a boon for first-time homebuyers; they’re a boon for existing homeowners! If your mortgage is coming up… Read More

Sean Cooper

April 5, 2019

Blog,Mortgages

How To Apply For A Personal Loan

Applying for a loan isn’t always easy, let alone qualifying and being approved to borrow money. At Borrowell, we’re dedicated to helping Canadians make great decisions about credit and ultimately to help in making personal finances less stressful. The best… Read More

Ben Labenski

April 3, 2019

Blog,Personal Loans

What You Need To Know About The New Federal Budget

Last week, the federal Liberals tabled their last budget before the looming fall election. The budget has a little something for everyone from first-time homebuyers to seniors. Let’s take a closer look at what the federal budget means for Canadians.… Read More

Sean Cooper

March 27, 2019

Blog,Mortgages
notice of assessments

All You Need To Know About Your Notice Of Assessment

This post is guest written by H&R Block. If you purchased H&R Block’s Peace of Mind® Extended Service Plan, you’ll have one of our experts by your side from the moment you receive a CRA/RQ assessment, helping you through the entire process. Contact… Read More

H&R Block

March 25, 2019

Blog
qualifying for a mortgage

The Ultimate Guide To Qualifying For A Mortgage In 2019

Are you thinking of buying a home in 2019? Then you’ve come to the right place. In this article, we’re going to be looking at qualifying for a mortgage in 2019. Qualifying for a mortgage in 2019 is a lot… Read More

Sean Cooper

March 20, 2019

Blog,Mortgages
personal finances

6 Ways To Show Yourself (And Your Personal Finances) Some Love

Self-love and appreciation: they are on all our lists but they rarely get ticked off. We get caught up in a state of busyness, demanding careers, taking care of kids or ailing parents and end up putting ourselves last. If we’re lucky,… Read More

Michelle Summerfield

March 20, 2019

Personal Finance,Blog