Ditching debt: 5 ways to better manage your money

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Ready to take the first step toward conquering your debt and adopting good financial habits? It can feel overwhelming and is no small task, but we’re here to help you get started.

The good news is the road to zero debt is possible, but it involves taking a look at your finances and making a few sacrifices along the way when it comes to your spending habits. The relief you’ll feel when your debt starts shrinking (and your savings start growing through investments) will be well worth it.  

Our Ditching debt: 5 ways to better manage your money guide includes practical tips from Pamela George, a Canadian financial literacy and credit counsellor, to help you take control of your cash and credit.  

Here’s what you’ll learn:

  • The difference between good debt and bad debt.
  • Two popular strategies for getting out of debt.
  • How to balance your budget.
  • And more....


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