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What is debt restructuring?

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Debt is difficult to live with. It can feel as though there is a weight on your shoulders at all times. It’s overwhelming and impacts our everyday lives. Many Canadians struggle when it comes to talking about their financial hardships. Because of this, they don’t confront their debt until it becomes out of control or […]

Why Now Is the Time to Care About Your Financial Wellbeing

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If you’ve been looking for a sign to start cracking down on your finances, this is it. We all may have experienced the past year differently, but in one way or another, we have all felt the impact of shutdowns and or illness. Although we are not fully out of the water yet, this past […]

5 Simple Steps You Can Take To Get Out Of Debt

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Talking about debt is never a fun conversation to have. It’s something many of us don’t enjoy facing. But, the more you ignore your debt, the bigger the problem will get. Debt doesn’t need to be a normal way of life, but for many Canadians, it is. According to Equifax Canada, the average Canadian debt […]

10 Tips On Getting Out Of Debt And On The Road To Financial Freedom In 2020

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Many people never realize they’re one financial crisis away from taking on debt. For others, it can be ignoring the reality of their financial debt obligations or failing to get professional guidance. The truth is debt happens to good people, and carrying debt could impact your financial success for years to come. At GetMeDebtFree, it […]

Choosing the Right Company to Help You Deal with Your Debt

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Canada is well-known for its tasty maple syrup, welcoming atmosphere, and chilly winters. But more recently, Canada has become known for its skyrocketing household debt. With $4.4 trillion in household and corporate debt, more Canadians than ever are succumbing to mounting debts. And the debt resolution process is anything but easy. How to navigate the […]

Debt Free or Slave to Your Credit Rating?

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As a society, we’ve bought into a very harmful way of thinking when it comes to credit ratings, debt, and financial freedom. We’ve been told for too long that what truly matters is a good credit rating and nothing else. People all across Canada continue to live in debt, struggling to make payments that go […]

Know All of The Options When Looking to Solve Debt

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Struggling with debt is not uncommon, in fact it is all too common in our society these days. The struggle with debt can adversely affect every area of one’s life. It’s not worth it!When looking to resolve debt and get your finances back on track, it’s vitally important to understand all of your options, and […]

Case Study of Success – Sharon

Case study on career nurse getting out of debt

Sharon – A successful case study story we’d like to share with you. GET DEBT FREE NOW! Sharon, a well respected career nurse, suddenly became a single mom. She was left with a large mortgage, a car payment, and $70,000 of credit card & line of credit debt, which by the way she herself did […]

Budgeting for Baby

Budgeting for Your Baby

From pre-natal preparations to preschool to post-secondary, raising a child in Canada is not for the financially faint of heart. The average annual cost for raising a child to the age of 18 has been estimated to be a cool $13,000 which, of course, will not necessarily decrease at that age if you plan to pay for […]

A 10-Step Money Management Plan to Organize Your 2018 Finances

A 10-Step Money Management Plan to Organize Your 2018 Finances

After years of discussing financial matters with people, both personal and business, there’s one truth that seems to be proven again and again: people who are good with money tend to spend more time organizing, planning, and knowing exactly what’s going out—and what’s coming in. Now, you might hate spreadsheets. Or dread actually looking at […]