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10 Ways to Find Fast Cash in Canada

Whether you find yourself scrambling to pay your rent, keep your utilities running, or afford an emergency expense—like a car repair or a busted refrigerator—you can’t always afford to wait for your next paycheque to come through.

Luckily, there are plenty of opportunities to find fast cash in Canada. You just need to know where to look! To that end, we’ve put together a list of the 10 best ways to get cash quickly, so you can keep all of your financial trains running exactly on time.

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Top 5 Financial Tips For Canadian Entrepreneurs

Whether you are new to the entrepreneurial game or a seasoned pro, understanding the common pitfalls (and how to avoid them) will put any business plan on the path to success. In the sections below, we’ll share the top five financial tips for Canadian entrepreneurs. Follow these tips and you’ll be well on your way to enjoying better financial health—not just for your business today, but for your own personal finances, too.

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What Is Lifestyle Inflation And How To Prioritize Your Spendings

As you start to make more money throughout your career, it is only natural that you start to spend more too. You may move into a bigger apartment, be more likely to go out for dinner, or allow yourself to shop at fancier stores.

In a nutshell, this is exactly what lifestyle inflation is: increasing the amount that you spend as your income increases.

We don’t work hard for nothing …

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Everything You Need to Know about Credit Card Cash Advances

Credit card cash advances are amounts of money which people are permitted to "borrow" from their credit card companies. These advances are generally processed via ATM withdrawals or deposited checks. Unlike other types of loans, credit card cash advances almost always come along with hefty interest rates, usually notably higher than the interest rate of the associated credit card.

Furthermore, the interest tied to credit card cash advances generally begins …

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Things to Know Before Taking Out Student Loans

As the amount of student loan debt surges with each passing day, more and more people are beginning to question whether or not borrowing money from the government for the sake of attending college is truly worth it. The economy and job market are changing ; more and more young people are opting to find employment within the gig economy as freelancers and independent contractors. Others, however, are still deciding …

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What is a Debt Collection?

It goes without saying that financial lenders expect to get their money back. The borrower (i.e. the individual in debt), however, may not always be able to pay back funds which were loaned to them. After a certain amount of time passes, financial lenders may decide to contact a debt collection agency, also referred to as debt collectors.

An Overview

Debt collectors are simply members of companies who are tasked …

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An Overview of Good Debt

The word "debt" alone is enough to make people cringe. Which is quite understandable. After all, he bad side effects of debt are extremely well-documented. It can take decades for some people to escape its clutches, and for many people, repaying debt can be a lifelong struggle. Basically, it's not the best way to live. In fact, it's the opposite.

For these reasons and more, debt is overwhelmingly viewed as …

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How to Build a Business Without Going into Debt

One of the greatest hurdles in building a business is capital, or lack thereof. A lack of capital and financial resources subsequently prompts aspiring entrepreneurs to believe that borrowing money is their only option. Of course, this belief is inaccurate. The pitfalls of going into debt are well-documented, but thankfully other alternatives do exist.

Build Gradually

Many ambitious and aspiring entrepreneurs aim to open their businesses as soon as possible, …

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How to Repay Debt

This article is part of our Finance Hub.

In the best of worlds, nobody would incur any debts. Unfortunately, there are countless people who are up to their eyeballs in debt. Ideally, incurred debt is something which should be paid off as quickly as possible; yet, many individuals find themselves struggling to pay back the money they owe. The subsequent interest which often accompanies unpaid debt doesn't make matters …

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How to Take Out a Loan

Whether it’s for buying a house, purchasing a car, or trying to pay off your monthly bills, people take out loans for a multitude of reasons.


It may seem absolutely fantastic when a check gets handed to you, but the reality is that nearly all loans come with interest rates. Keep in mind that banks, online lenders, and other financial institutions are more than eager to give out loans …

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