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Category Archives: BUDGETING

How To Avoid A Huge Cellphone Bill

Before heading off to sunnier destinations consider doing your homework when it comes to cellphones because if you use your Canadian –carrier mobile phone when travelling you’ll come home to a crushing bill. Upon their return from a trip to …

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Fair Treatment for Consumers

This year’s budget as predicted contained few surprises with the government continuing to address consumer concerns. You may be aware that cable and telecom firms have started adding a $2 fee on any bill that arrives in the post, the …

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Tuesday Tips on How To Cut Expenses

1)      Do you have Cable tv? If so, do you really need all those channels?  Consider cancelling Cable and watch Netflix. 2)      Are you going out to buy lunch and/or coffee every day?  Pack your own lunch and save! 3)      …

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How NOT to overspend this holiday season

Even if you don’t celebrate Christmas it’s hard to get away without spending money on a holiday or ‘extras’ this coming season like food and wine. According to RBC Canadian Consumer Outlook Canadians plan to spend an average of $1192.50 …

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