In 2016, we introduced Newfoundlanders and Labradorians to our financial health assessment tool. Looking back on the impact of this tool and our No Debt campaign, it leads us to reflect on the many people across the province who took the time, either on their phone at lunch or in their car after work, or even after their kids went to bed — to click in and assess their financial health.
It’s that time of the year when many young adults in our communities are commencing or continuing another year of post-secondary schooling at a university or college, either in a public or private institution. Depending on the student’s career choice and number of years required to complete the courses, it could take, before graduation, thousands
Have you learned any financial lessons the hard way? Is there a piece of valuable financial advice you wish you’d known before making a past decision? We want to hear about it! Submit a video up to 30 seconds long telling us what financial tip you wish someone had told you and you could
If It Sounds “Too Good to Be True” — It Often Is! By Rick Cullen, CMA, CIRP, Licensed Insolvency Trustee You may have seen the ads before – Facebook has many similar little ads, all with slightly different promises, such as: “We used a little-known Canadian law to erase $65,000 of debt in 36 months!”
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