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For most Ontarians like yourself, having a reliable car is a necessity. You need to be able to get to work, pick up groceries, and visit family and friends. If you have children, you need to get them to school and their extracurricular activities. The question...

Whether it’s a credit card, a car loan or a mortgage, credit is a part of life for most adults. You probably know that credit is important, but you’re not alone if you don’t know the differences between good and bad credit.   What is the credit...

What is the difference between a Consumer Proposal and a Bankruptcy? Which is better?   I always feel that if you can afford the monthly payment in a consumer proposal, you should choose that over bankruptcy. A bankruptcy will reside permanently on your government record. Bankruptcy can...

If you’ve ever bought a car or a house, attended a post-secondary institution with a student loan or if you actively use a credit card, you’ve borrowed money and taken on debt. When you take on debt, you use credit and you’re given a credit...