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Are You A Poor Money Manager?

We would all like to think we are good at managing money, but unfortunately--many of us are not! Good money management is a process, it's not something you are just good at. Now, even if you want to become proactive and become a good money manager, you're going to have to do more than just read a bunch of articles. You have to be willing to take accountability and take …

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How To Go Broke

wp-content/uploads/2016/10/65457854.jpg Learning how to go broke is an odd topic, isn't it? Well, we felt it was a smart one too. It's important what NOT TO DO if you don't want to go broke. Too many people today keep making the same financial mistakes over and over again. The same excuses are used. Canadians claim to have no time to budget, and no time or money to purchase software programs to …

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7 Ways You Can Rent Even With Bad Credit

wp-content/uploads/2016/10/ForRent_PeterDazeley_PhotographersChoice-56a1de995f9b58b7d0c3ff0d.jpg Renting that first apartment can be an exciting experience, but dealing with bad credit is a trying one. It is extremely difficult dealing with bad credit when you're looking for an apartment, or home for rent. We will tell you that finding approval for a home rental can vary depending on what part of Canada you're within. If you have strong rental references and a good steady income, renting won't …

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Stockpiling Food Can Save Canadian Families on Groceries

wp-content/uploads/2016/10/mcns-bargain-buggyjpg-9d0cf213dd3d5a5b.jpg Stockpiling is a vey common practice, but will it work for you the way you expect? The first tip to start saving money stockpiling on groceries is to only get those things you know you're going to use--it makes sense, right? Within just a few months you can have a nice stockpile of necessities and groceries! There are rules to maintaining your stockpile as well--so the money you spend will …

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