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How Did People Get By Before Credit Cards?

Can Debt Consolidation Help Canada's Student Loan Crisis?

Money Management Tips for Generation Z

I’m in Debt and Can’t Afford to Make Child Support Payments

How to Take A Summer Vacation Without Breaking the Bank

How Does Credit Counselling Work?

New Consumer Protection Laws Going Into Effect on Canada Day

What is the Best Credit Card Utilization Ratio

Is Debt Consolidation Right For You? Our Free Debt Calculator Has the Answer

Top Tips From Credit Counsellors

How to Choose the Right Credit Counselling Agency

The 10 Best Jobs For Seniors Who Can’t (or Won’t) Retire

Financial Resources Available to Canadian Seniors

What Happens if a Creditor Takes Me to Court?

Methods For Paying Off Debt: Snowball vs. Avalanche

6 Tips For Dealing With Debt Before You Retire

Healthy Lifestyle Changes That Will Help You Save Money

Save It or Spend It: Tips for Making the Tough Call

Do I Need Credit?

The 6 Best Budgeting Apps

How to Create Financial Goals

How to Speak with a Debt Collector

5 Reasons Your Budget Isn't Working

Credit Counselling: The Overview You've Been Waiting For

Money Tips for Millennials at Different Life Stages

5 Retirement Planning Mistakes and How to Avoid Them

How to Drastically Cut Expenses and Get Your Finances on Track

Millennials Take the Lead When it Comes to Debt

Your Foolproof Plan to Get Out of Debt

The 13 Best Personal Finance Blogs You Should be Following

Top 6 Bargain Hunting Hacks

Is Credit Consolidation the Right Choice for Me?

How to Deal With Financial Stress

Tips for Filing your Self-Employed Tax Return

Don't Let These 6 Scams Fool You

10 Ways to Take the Fear Out of Filing Taxes

Credit Repair Scams: How to Spot Them and Avoid Them

Top 3 Tips to Boost Your Tax Refund

How to Prioritize Debt to Raise Your Credit Score

The 12 Best Budgeting Tips for Lower Income Families

Should I Rent or Buy My Home? Top 3 Benefits of Both

Why it’s Important to File Your Taxes Every Year

10 Ways to Earn Some Extra Cash

How Much Debt is Too Much Debt?

5 Pitfalls to Avoid When Borrowing for Your First Home

Learning Money Management After a Separation

Financial Infidelity: When Love is Blind to Bad Behaviour

Caught in a Bad Romance: How to Avoid Online Dating Scams

What is My Debt-to-Income Ratio and Why is it Important?

How to Be a Financial Supermom

How to Budget Like a Pro in Just 6 Easy Steps

What Happens to my Credit Cards in a Debt Consolidation Program?

Managing Credit Cards: A How-To Guide

Saving Up Money vs. Paying Off Debt: Where Should I Start?

 5 Ways to Stop Using Credit Cards For Good (Plus 1 Important Tip)

Should You Use Your RRSP or Other Investments To Pay Off Debt?

What Does It Mean When My Credit Score Drops? 

How to Teach Kids about Money

How to Get Out of Debt in 2018

8 Financial New Year's Resolutions You Should Make & Keep

Make It a Debt-Free, Stress-Free 2018!

10 Common Fears People Have about Credit Counselling

How to Set Up An Emergency Fund: 5 Easy Steps

8 Tips To Help You Retire Debt- Free

What to Do If a Debt Collector Calls You

How to Live Without Credit Cards

Am I In Debt But Don't Know It Yet?

Renovate Your Home Without Going Further Into Debt: 4 Tips

Consumer Proposals: To Accept or Reject?

Why Canadians Need Financial Literacy Month, Now More Than Ever

7 Simple Ways to Become an Empty Nester

Not Your Momma's Guide to Christmas Spending

6 Ways to Save Money During the Holiday Shopping Season

The Best Advice For Canadian Home Buyers In One Blog

Credit Counselling Myths Debunked

Can I REALLY Fix My Credit?

How to Pay off Your Debt in 3 Years or Less

6 Ways to Eliminate Debt That You May Not Have Considered

10 Tips to Get You Through the Holidays Without Going Into Debt

The Top 10 Perks of Living a Debt-Free Life

How to Save Money When You're on Social Assistance

How Do You Help Someone In Debt?

9 Reasons Why it’s Easier to Talk Money With A Credit Counsellor

Unsecured Loans vs. Secured Loans: What’s the Difference & Why Should You Care?

3 Student Loan Tips for Recent Graduates

The Pros and Cons of a Debt Consolidation Loan

The Top 4 Money Problems Canadians Are Facing Right Now

7 Ways To Secure Your Teen’s Financial Future

Credit Counselling vs. Debt Settlement: What's My Best Option?

Explore Your Financial Guilty Pleasures

5 Financial Planning Tips to Combat Inflation

How Do Payday Loans Work?

Top 6 Tips on How to Pay off Your Credit Card Debt Quickly

4 Things Anyone With a Credit  Card Should Know

11 Signs It's Time For You To Consider A Debt Consolidation Program

Loan Consolidation vs. Debt Consolidation: What's the Difference Anyway?

5 Ways to Fall in Love With Your Finances Again

Debt After Divorce: Is Debt Management The Answer?

Buying in Up-and-Coming Neighbourhoods

The Top 5 Qualities of the Best Debt Consolidators

Budgeting for Bromance

Consolidating Credit Card Debt A Step-by-Step Process

Payday Loans: The Good, the Bad and the Ugly

10 Reasons Why a Debt Consolidation Program Works

Seven Ways to Raise a Credit Score That’s 500 Points or Lower

Is Debt Consolidation The Right Choice For Me?

How To Prepare For The Unexpected Tool Kit

6 Ways Credit Counselling Can Keep You Out of Debt

Top Ten Canadian Books on Personal Finance

8 Tricks to Living Frugal

5 Pitfalls to Avoid When Borrowing for Your First Home

Debt Hacks: Tips to Help You Get Out (and stay out) of Debt

How to Buy A House: Saving for the Down Payment

How Much Mortgage Can I Afford?

Credit Score Myths Busted

Real Fixes for Increasing Your Credit Score

Why Your Credit Score Matters

So, You’ve Created a Budget… Now What?

Go Green and Save Money!

How to Control Your Money Spending

Your 30-Day Financial Detox

7 Steps for Vacationing on a Budget

Sticking To Your Dating Budget

10 Best (Cheap) First Date Ideas

Top Saving Tip$ for Your Next Trip

Simple Ways to Save Money Without Giving Up the Things You Love

Top 10 Money Management Blogs for 2017

8 Easy Steps on How to Save for Your Vacation

Wants, Needs and Nice to Have’s - Keep an Eye On All Three

Pay Now and Avoid the Post-Vacation Blues

Keeping Up With The Cost of Living: Frugal Steps Are In Order

Getting Married? Divorce Yourself From Money Problems First

Half Mine: A Financial Success Story

Household Debt: Am I Crying Wolf or Will There Be Howling All Around?

Bob’s Resolution: After 20 Days Work - $4,745 In Savings!

Exclusive! Mrs. Claus On Money and Her Millennial Elves

The Twelve Days of Christmas (For Wild Spenders). Debt Help Anyone?

How to Buy Happiness in 6 Easy Steps

An Evening With Baseball Legend Joe Carter

Winner of the 2016 CEWC Essay Contest

To Repair or to Replace? That is the Question

When Home Sharing Puts People on the Streets

The New Carbon Tax Will Have Your Car Budget Running on Empty

Planning for a Financial Hurricane

The Journey out...Escaping the Dual Trap of Debt and Depression

How to Save Big by Cutting Small

Send Me My Credit Score, Give Me Credit and Watch Me Crash!

Is Co-Ownership Right For You?

Financial Wins Twitter Contest

Top 7 Ways to Get Out of Debt

Worrying About Debt Ages You

Fintech Flash and Sizzle Can Make Your Finances Fizzle

Getting on Financial Track Also Means Getting Organized.

Top 7 Ways To Get In Debt

Back to School Shopping: Get What Your Kids Need and Skip the Frills.

Think You’re Insolvent? Take Our Quiz.

Money smarts may come with a fee, but they can also set you free.

Five Strategies to Save for the Unexpected

Is Your Favourite TV Character Deep in Debt?

Adult Kids at Home. Is This the New Normal?

The FOMO pandemic: Get the cure.

Three Questions to Ask Before Using Your Home Equity Line of Credit

Five Tips to Go on Vacation Without Becoming Broke

What Google Can Teach You About Payday Loans

Saving with Debt

How to Make Student Debt Not So Scary

After the inferno: Reaching out to the people of Fort McMurray.

Should Young People Rent or Buy

Sharing Finances as a Couple

The Dementia Dimension

Clean up the Cobwebs and Your Finances

Escape Velocity - Getting Out of the Basement and into a Starter Job

Metrosexual alert! Men outspend women on clothes by nearly 12%.

Beware the Free Lunch Ruse

For 42% of Canadians, financial stress tops the worry list.

The Dos and Don’ts of moving on from credit card debt

Don't Let March Break Leave You Broke!

Different Ways to Do Your Taxes

No emergency savings? Maybe you’re being dangerously short-sighted.

The New Normal in the Universe.

Food for thought Canada – we’re biting off more than we can chew.

Take the quiz: Couples and money.

You can solve credit card debt. Talk to the pros.

Here’s the ticket for big lottery winners. Plan, budget, and lay low.

What's ‘Love’ got to do with it?

Can the “sharing economy” help you reduce spending and avoid debt?

Working Out the Savings: Gym versus Home Exercise Equipment

Fraud Prevention Month takes on scammers – and financial terrorists.

Staying on the road to savings: tips for saving dollars on your vehicle costs.

High food prices and debt problems are both hard to digest.

Storm warnings. Take steps now to recession-proof your finances.

Notes on a dwindling loonie: more staycations, less credit card debt.

What about New Year’s money resolutions?

Gather together one and all. Setting family financial goals.

Solutions to bad habits that can make for debt problems.

Beating the January blues. Take steps, like financial goal setting.

Financial Blunders of 2015 – Learn from their Mistakes

Tiny homes offer budgeting benefits. But there can be a big downside.

Brand Name Versus No Name: What’s in a Name?

The greatest gift of all – family.

Do. Or do not. There is no try.

Albertans face desperate times, but there’s always hope.

Is it okay to be a Scrooge at Christmas?

Budgeting advice for would-be Mortgage Crushers.

Are you overboard Santa or the Christmas Grinch? Find the right balance for the holidays

Debt problems at $400,000 a year? Really?

Save and Smell? Do Cloth Diapers Make Sense in a Disposable World?

A young Canadian’s prized essay about love and money gone wrong.

Surviving the Family Christmas without Breaking Your Budget

Dress for success and pay less

Tap and go or tap and gone?

How to be a Sucker Part III: Joining the Lifelong Sucker Club

Credit Education Week Canada offers news about “Cheap vs Frugal.”

Black Friday, how do I hate thee? Let me count the ways.

How to be a Sucker Part II

Do yourself a favour. Take this financial planning survey now.

How to be a sucker in three easy steps

Millennials shouldn’t be budgeting for savings? Damn the notion.

Don’t scream in horror later. Do your Halloween budgeting now.

Life lessons: How Brad D. beat drinking and bad credit card debt.

6 Reasons To Think Twice Before Spending to Save…Saving to Discard…

His cup runneth over. Frank O’Dea speaks November 12th at CEWC

Holiday Budgets Help You Save Money

Under the influence: Family, friends, and credit card debt.

Want a Healthy Marriage? Time to Turn Toward your Partner.

Avoid being arrested and handcuffed. Please tip properly.

What if we all lived like frugal seniors?

The Variable Spending Rollercoaster

Budgeting? What’s that? And other jests about dependent Millennials.

Can debt ever be a good thing? That depends on how you manage it.

Would You Like Fries with that? The Hidden Costs of Bundling.

Budgeting for University

I Can’t Stop Spending: Help!

A dragon called debt settlement services rises from the dead.

Online payday loans and the threat of predatory lending practices.

Twelve Ways to Save $100 in Seven Days

Bad debt can ruin sex. Maybe consider credit counselling.

Time to do your Homework

How to say no to kids. Vital lessons in spending and budgeting.

HOV lane dummies: Costly road behaviour and maybe a bad credit score.

Have you already blown your summer budget?

Taxes are important, just look at Greece.

Most Canadians are in the dark. Shedding light on your credit score.

The cost of dating. Create a dating budget and save.

Saving your way into poverty? Smart debt management is the answer.

Simple benefits of frugal living. No credit counselling necessary.

Are money worries causing mental health issues with Millennials?

Payday loans and other services under fire. Ontario wants your input.

Are Millennials actually good with money?

Hurray, financial literacy blossoms! Count Me In, Canada.

Debt problems...they happen to the wealthiest of us

Budgeting alert. Debt alarms are ringing for first-time homeowners.

Money and Divorce. Start Over by Ending Things Well

When bargain hunting becomes a high-interest debt issue

Got a bad case of the HELOCs? The prognosis could be debt problems.

Wedding day woes

Nature versus nurture: DNA’s influence on your financial behaviour.

Living on a monthly budget in a world of sporadic bills

Celebrity spendthrifts who might have benefited from debt consolidation.

Family loans gone bad. There’s always credit counselling.

Who’s smarter about personal finance, the moose or the eagle?

How To Have A Budget Friendly Prom

Are you ready for the competition? Pan Am yes I am!

Notes on a bullying volleyball mom and budgeting for kids’ sports.

Small, unpaid fines can mess up your credit score, even your life.

Staycations, when the holiday road leads to your own driveway.

Little white lies. From debt problems to people problems.

Inflation: Bigger, bigger, burst?

A hard look at tough love and financial planning.

Things to do with your Tax Windfall

The new Apple watch can wait. This year, save your tax refund.

Oh no, FOMO. Jane’s credit card debt ordeal.

Saving $2,000.00

Are you penny wise and pound foolish?

Do You Know About The Free Credit Counselling Seminars At Your Local Library?

Lessons from a hot head. Don’t lose your cool about money.

Resisting High Pressure Sales.

Wishful financial planning. The madness of lottery retirement plans.

Attention civilians! Freedom is in store for Debt Boot Camp recruits.

Outrageous greed. Beware of high interest debt consolidation.

Grocery Budget Tips To Help You Save More

This is war! I want you for Debt Boot Camp!

Health is Wealth.

Roses are Red, Violets are Blue, let’s not overspend to say I love you.

A credit-fuelled rampage. So much for encouraging personal savings.

The Ripple Effect.

As gas prices drop, Canadians are pumped to spend rather than save.

Does my parka look good with these sandals?

Higher interest rates loom. Get out your debt calculator.

Resolve to plan your taxes early.

Debt management and the deceased. Finances should rest in peace too.

Solutions for faltering New Year’s resolutions.

On the third day of Christmas my true love gave to me…an expired gift card and a Snuggie?

Curing the Christmas Money Hangover.

Debt management alert. Canadians beware of price gouging on U.S. goods.

Lazy Millennials? I think not!

Santa under mind control? Credit card debt could tell the story.

What the Collection Agencies Won’t Tell You

Extreme cheapskates, and downright creepy debt management practices.

Many people trust no one for advice about financial planning. Why?

Six Tips to Avoid Christmas Shopping Stress.

Are Millennials delayed starters or just enjoying life while they can?

What a week! CEWC brings more fun and wisdom to financial literacy.

The photos are in. Winners of the Tweet us Your Money Face Contest.

The Subprime Child takes top prize in CEWC's student essay contest.

Debt Problems Can Happen to Everyone.

Young Canadians failing to launch.

Launch for success. Credit Education Week Canada starts Nov. 10th.

Get in on the cash prizes! Tweet us a photo of your money face.

Tough love for slackers. Getting young adults up off their duffs.

Ration your candy like your money - teach financial planning through Halloween.

The perils of new plastic. Credit card debt amongst rookie borrowers.

The problem with online vices.

Budgeting 101.

Will debt management problems follow from your car spending?

The Creeping Cost of Fast Food.

Got debt problems? Maybe it’s not the economy. Maybe it’s you.

Expecting a little one? Expect to take care of financial planning, too.

8 reasons to pay off your overdraft today.

Startling news about Canadians who are living paycheque to paycheque.

Improve Your Credit Score

Denial isn’t a river in Egypt. It’s in Canada flowing with debt.

It’s beginning to look a lot like...

Life’s financial passages. The long view on debt management.

Financial Planning For When Kids Leave Home.

Online fees can sneak up on you. Debt management can help.

Dating & money. Could credit card debt break your heart?

Finding answers, one meeting at a time.

Celebrities who blew it all. Credit counselling might have helped.

Behind all credit card debt, you’ll find a money personality type.

Back to School Shopping tug-of-war.

Does Facebook make you spend more?

This team’s goal? Better financial planning skills for all Canadians.

Think you’ve set your child up for financial stability? Include managing a windfall!

Some true stories about how debt consolidation has helped people overcome debt.

5 Money Saving Tips for the Bargain Hunter.

Of same-sex couples and hurdles on the path to financial planning.

The Advantages of Renting in the City

Does money buy happiness? From a credit counselling standpoint, yes.

Looking to repair your credit score? Avoid these five common mistakes.

What would you spend to save your pet? More notes on debt management.

Good Heavens! Claire Voyant’s July financial planning horoscope.

Debt stress and the workplace.

More notes on a bubble and why credit counselling could soon balloon.

Fixed or Variable Rate Mortgages: What’s your cup of tea?

Think globally, vacation locally, and reduce your credit card debt.

The Best Invention Since Sliced Bread: No Cost Banking.

For Ontario women, debt management isn’t getting any easier.

10 Easy Tips to Having Summer Fun while Sticking to Your Budget.

Good Heavens! Claire Voyant's financial planning horoscope for June 2014.

The Big Payoff.

House afire: Jumbo mortgages, cash-back mortgages, and debt problems.

Chasing the Elusive Unicorn: What are Consolidation Loans and how easy are they to get?

Bouquets to Canada's best financial planning blogs. Good reads, all.

Millennials: From student debt to house debt.

Should credit card debt bring new things or new experiences?

Good Heavens! Claire Voyant’s financial planning horoscope for May.

Curiosity called the Cat.

Sharpen those money and financial planning skills. 150,000 reasons why.

Teamwork makes the dream work!

Credit Canada joins 'Clean Toronto Together' Project.

Better money management through financial literacy. Meet Jane Rooney.

Spring clean your finances. Tips from the credit counselling experts.

That new car smell can include money if you’re smart about financial planning.

Solving debt problems can help end nightmares of sleeplessness.

Dare we say it's spring?

Three Facts of Life That Can Help You Manage Your Time and Budget.

Credit counselling helps solve debt problems through “mindfulness.”

Behind with your Utility Bills?

How to make a budget warm your soul. Retire abroad to the sun.

Why you should think twice before giving to charity.

Spring Forward, Tax Back.

Are Canadians drinking more due to debt problem worries?

How about a $22,000 cellphone bill? Now that's a debt problem.

It's Fraud Prevention Month. Protect yourself from the scammers.

A gift for you…straight from my credit card.

3 basic money lessons I learned from working in a sausage factory.

Credit Canada's new TV commercial is under fire for being "sexist" and morally offensive. Seriously?

Condo fever can be just that: Some headaches and how to avoid them through smart personal money management.

The R word.

Notes on The Queen of Versailles. Now here's a woman who could use some credit counselling.

I'm in debt. Don't treat me differently.

Year of the Horse.

See our new commercial: credit counselling helps people “Get Out from Under.”

Storm clouds on the horizon. Are you saving for retirement?

Redefining glamourpuss. Or how pets can affect the scratch in your budget.

Find an exit if you find yourself stuck in a debt jam.

The Debt Diet Challenge.

A suggested list of New Year's resolutions. Call it reverse psychology on credit card debt.

Boxing Day or boxing match? The evolving horror of seasonal sales.

Problem gambling and the risk of crippling debt.

Seven memories of Christmas - for the rich at heart.

Interview on BNN about Dealing with Debt problems.

Debt settlement abuses finally laid to rest. Bill 55 passes in Queen's Park.

Are you a good financial coach in the eyes of your children? A new study suggests many Canadian parents could improve their standing.

We live by stories. For proof, look to Doug Gilmour, Jane Blaufus, Pattie Lovett-Reid and many others who joined this year's CEWC celebrations.

Are family and friends pushing you around financially? Notes on self-determination and keeping a grip on your debt management.

Learn how to haggle for better prices and less personal debt.

$208,400 up in smoke and down the hatch. Views on smoking, drinking, and better personal debt management.

Money saving tips: Hey buster, don't bust that personal budget.

The money in my life. Personal debt from a personal perspective.

Kids and money: The parent as financial coach.

Loans to family and friends: Don't let Judge Judy rule on your personal budget.

Tips to save money : Delete the cyber thieves! Notes about online security and personal money management.

Budget Tips: House guests can be costly.

As a university or college student, you ought to know the ins and outs of credit card debt.

Raise your kid on $3,000 a year, says think tank. And that has raised hell.

Financial help for the online shopaholic. Call it therapy.

Back to school ought to spell back to basics in terms of credit card debt.

The nature of things. Namely, "emotional intelligence" and credit card debt.

There's an education to be had in personal budgeting.

Other forms of financial help - treasured memories of kin.

Think about debt management from the point of view of a near-death experience.

Believe in yourself. The best advice you will receive through any good credit counselling.

Let's get together. But first, spend wildly and rack up lots of credit card debt.

Save for those oh so rainy days.

Credit counselling not only helps solve debt problems, it puts you ahead of most Canadians as a good credit risk.

Smart debt management means getting in the game with your credit report and credit score.

Gone ... phishing. Or that sinking feeling you get from email fraud.

At last, financial coaching from on high through a new Financial Literacy Leader.

The staycation. Summer's money saving grace.

Bankruptcy and the need for more financial literacy.

More coaching on financial well-being. Give and live a happier life.

What's going on as food prices rise?

Thoughts about embarrassing money moments and personal debt management.

Attention students: get a summer job, manage your money, and enjoy some independence.

For Eva, our debt management services were right on the money.

Paying your taxes using plastic? Not a good debt solution.

Ontario lawmakers get tough with debt settlement services. Amen.

Cash Cows, Pigs and Jackpots. Other ways of looking at personal finance.

The cheapskate quiz: What's your angle on how to budget?

Financial Coaching: Dress for Success. A good fit for financially troubled women.

Understanding the bulk of it.

The mortgage rate controversy is a tempest in a teapot.

Upward mobility. A Lexus sedan, really?

Penny for your thoughts.

Let us now praise Warren Buffet.

How is your financial diet? 30 tips to stay in shape.

Looking forward to another kind of spring cleaning.

Notes on lotteries, lightning, and lunacy.

Payday loans, and how Ontario is protecting consumers.

Here's a shovel. Fill the hole, or dig deeper.

Money and troubled relationships. Them's fightin' words.

Personal Budget Advice: Are your finances organized?

Images of Bob. A creative lesson in how to control spending.

Let’s make 2013 the year we address financial self-sabotage.

Top 10 list for 2013. Personal money management.

Long Awaited Regulations to Curb Debt Settlement Underway

Undlin Neldth. The fall and rise of a hard-living, bachelor elf.

Cash! Thanks, just what I’ve always wanted.

TLC’s ‘Extreme Cheapskates’ – Pinching Pennies and then some.

A $63 holiday gift for Fido? Someone's barking up the wrong tree.

The 211 on holiday help.

For the love of writing. Blogs of 2012.

The dumbest thing she ever did with her money.

Are you average, single and 32? We have a Government debt settlement program for you!* *We don't.

Would you like to do better in 2013?

Holiday money worries? 'Tis the season to get the jump on Santa.

Encouragement to make money resolutions before the holiday chaos.

It's a happening right now. Be resolved. Join the CEWC fun.

2013 is coming early. Join our New Year's Ball Drop November 14.

David Chilton. The return of the son of The Wealthy Barber.

Get great financial advice and a free breakfast at CEWC 2012

Caregivers need care, too.

Credit Education Week Canada 2012- Invitation

Reflections on an $88,000 hairdo.

Affordable transformations. Happy Halloween.

Thanksgiving on a budget.

Bored and broke? Let's talk about a fix.

The frugal gift giver. Buy it with heart.

Paid Market Re$earch.

Peace of mind. As good as gold.

Fall into savings.

The college student's money guide to survival.

Welcome to the Millionaires' Club.

Long Live the PET-free Bottle.

What is credit? Credit is debt.

Back to the books, including the ledgers.

Marla, the frugal fashionista. An interview.

The smartest card you can get. Use it. Love it.

Give DIY a try.

How to use the snowball method to pay off debt.

Spend nothing but time this August, and enjoy Toronto.

For a change, noodle salad, and what's right with the world.

Are you a shopaholic? This post is for you!

Lost your job? Keep your head.

Keeping an eye on those receipts.

A busy Canada Day weekend - saving money

Welcome to Las Vegas, and a whale of a gambler.

Lunch with Bob again, and the promise of "no-spend days."

Little penny, RIP.

What they say about money. Centuries of wisdom.

Free stuff please!

Home is where the heart is.

Summer time potlucks.

Notes to unemployed college students. Here's your job.

Extreme Couponing.

Human power plant management. How you can profit.

An online banking story.

Ontario lawmakers have harsh words for debt settlement services.

The Brown Bag Challenge.

The fat is in the fire for debt settlement services.

Controversy heats up over questionable debt settlement practices.

Play tourist in your own backyard.

Meet Bob. One of the brains behind Absolutely Nothing.

Careful. Withholding a tip could get you arrested.

A picture is worth a thousand… dollars.

B^2 - Break Your Heart & Break Your Bank.

Sometimes it's the nurse, too, who needs care.

Greedy for a heartfelt thank you.

Welcome to new age scamming.

Estate planning. Where there's a will, there's a way.

The cost of being lazy.

Don't get hacked at the ATM.

Boomerang kids. When empty nests get full again.

If it sounds too good to be true . . .

Turns out bigger is better. Introducing Credit Canada Debt Solutions Inc.

The trouble with contracts.

Patricia's emergencies.

Beware of free cookies.

Some old financial advice for the young.

I've been hacked.

Personal finance apps. A pocketful of modern miracles.

Out of the doldrums, for cheap.

Lenders beware.

Debt settlement spiders weave webs of grief.

No minimum payment this month. That's great! Or is it?

Pet Smarts

Credit Canada's new TV commercial offers hope in climate of doom and gloom.

What makes for an "I had no idea" person.

A lifetime of kid sports. Know what you're paying for parents.

Baby steps can lead to big savings.

And on the 13th day - I got the bill. (sung to the tune of the 12 days of Christmas with apologies)

Post-script: Boxing Day Sales. Please give it a rest.

Top 10 True New Year's Resolutions.

Last minute travel tips in your holiday.

Christmas frenzy.

My dinner with Santa. An exclusive interview.

Be a Grinch with your personal information these holidays (tips from Justin Hwang).

ATM got the munchies?

George. George. George of the jungle. Watch out for that CONTRACT!

This holiday season, Canada's ho ho holding on debt.

Unsavory ingredients of the Sandwich Generation.

"The dumbest thing i did with my money", by Filip Zekic, 2011 CEWC Essay Winner.

Imagine, dedicating a week to a sandwich.

La Grippe proof your budget.

Money and lying: the awful truth.

The ups and downs of our good old dollar.

Know where you're at before you start roaming. Just ask Bob.

Dating doesn’t have to be expen$ive.

Passport, check. Camera, check. Cultural differences with regards to money management, double check.

Lifestyles of the rich and financially illiterate.

You're invited. Credit Education Week Canada Launch - November 15th. Seating is limited - register now!

Cracking the coupon code.

How much is that goblin in the window?

Thanks, in so many ways.

On Harley maintenance and cold, hard cash.

Health and Wealth – Stop smoking your money!

Santa never sleeps.

Good people do exist.

Write a brief essay. Win up to $5,000. Join the fun with CEWC.

Don't let the bedbugs take a bite out of your wallet!

Just making things HD Clear.

Student loans: Lessons in debt.

A close look at invisible spending.

$1.50 ain't much but I'd rather spend that on a KAWFEE.

What's a babysitter worth?

Food For Thought!

Financial Diary of a 20something - My Debt Story.

Back to school. How would you brand your teenager?

A con artist who preys on seniors. Now that's a creep.

Prisoners of debt. Some history and some thoughts.

'Waste not' those fresh zucchini handouts! Store-bought pickles are pricey so why not make them yourself.

Movies in the Park.

Thanks Jill for saving me a bundle on my recent staycation.

Sharing is caring but to loan we don’t condone.

Divorce over money? How about divorce from ignorance?

What has your bank done for you lately? Consider this.

Savings. A thought worth saving.

Love what you do, and doors in life will open.

All the things we sign and the things we buy ain’t gonna keep us together.*

Yes, it's a word that comes in handy now and then: No.

A little birdie told me so. Cheap, cheap, cheap summer holidays.


The mooch. Call him on his con game.

Advice to pack rats: Give yourselves some space.

Its raining deals

Smart kid. Smart money. Kayla's story.

Forget the beer goggles, beware of the beer tab.

Hackers helped me monitor my money!

Financial Smarts: Everyone's a winner.

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School's out children. Time to make some money.

The long, hot summer.

Moms and money. CFOs on the home front.

Goodbye surprise cell phone bills!

Childhood's end. A quiz about money.

Let's talk about spiritual food and dining out.

Universal Financing.

Know what you really owe with our Debt Calculator.

What about them RRSP loans eh?

A pocket full of nothing and a head full of bad.

Can you afford to fall in love?

Do you live in fear of cell phone jingles?

Life doesn't have to be a gamble.

This spring, as you enumerate your finances, count your blessings.

All the women who are independent, RRSP or TFSA?!

A foreign prince offered me millions!

What's your money type?

You ain't dead yet. A bucket list for financially challenged Torontonians.

Hal got the axe. But he kept his head.

Are you an indulgent parent?

$2 litre!

My ham sandwich gave me financial freedom.

Ka-ching. Ka-ching. Ka-ching. Happy birthday.

Average household debt tops $100,000

BMO brings plenty of logic to customer service.

What’s the dumbest thing I’ve ever done with my money and what I learned from it?

Keyboard gangsters this one's for you.

Financial literacy across Canada - the dream unfolds.

The Pickering Flea Market, a bargain Queen’s love story

When a great deal makes for a good feeling.

I was expecting it to be bigger.

Gobble, gobble, gobble go the little money gobblers.

Bed, bath, and beyond your budget

Online scammers – a Craigslist story

To teach financial literacy, get 'em while they're young

I work hard! I deserve this!

Consumer debt and savings. Good news and advice.

Legs eleven!

Dealing with the credit crunch

2011: A sure thing or a gamble?

Money wise, 2011 can be a new year in more ways than one.

Hilarious! Pathetic! Awesome! or whatever - the Queen has money-saving tips!

Read my lips. The importance of financial literacy.

To do list: December 10th - finish Christmas shopping.

$10 + Imagination = Merry Christmas

Don Cherry has ruined my Christmas! I call for blood!

In the spirit of giving.

Hark! ‘Tis the season for codding yourself.

Christmas tips for those with less jingle

Translation class: Your credit report.

A Christmas morning wake up call.

CEWC celebrates student essays, including the "Lemonade Debacle of 2001."

1 800 UR SCRWD

Hug a cow save some money.

A question of balance. Financial coaching revisited.

Stop the gravy train....

Gold for Canada's Cultural Mosaic. Credit Education Week 2010.

Visit moneyville.ca and go to town with smart advice.

Is your client a problem gambler?

Helping Canada to "Reverse the Blues".

I bought an entire outfit for my shoes.

Sacrifice -or- What!? I can't get a Student Loan???

Start spreadin’ the news. I’m leavin’ today. But don’t tell anyone it’s on a bus!

Smart grocery shopping. Food for thought.

The Middle aged: As clueless as the quarter lifers.

You may know my husband Colin Farrell...

Chuck the cheapie. "Ugh" is the word.

Ready, set, save for Black Friday shopping.

Haggling is fun, but it is not for me.

Back to school with smart savings

Here's your financial tool kit

Handling credit wisely. It's in the cards.

Cute nephew seeks new aunt. Must love losing, spending and the park.

Heat wave induced savings!

Hot town, summer in the city. For cheap.

The Queen and I have something in common!

Grown woman hangin’ with her roomies.

Coupon collecting hobby resurrected

Some food for thought...

Panic Attack - A Cautionary Tale

What happens in Vegas...shows up on your credit card.

Love has no price tag.

How about, "My big fat, cheap wedding."

Want real knowledge? Get yourself a financial coach.

What it's all about.

Money-savvy kids. Money-savvy parents.

Cashing in on Hollywood

My Dinner with Bubbles

Money, Men and Women

The Best Paying Job in the World. Retirement.

Books about Doing the Books

Hey Big Spender, Spend a Little Time with Me

Mind Over Money

Thank Heaven for Guardian Angels

Dreams Really Can Come True. Celebrating CEWC 2009

Credit Education Week Canada

How a Grade Six classroom became the new local economy

Life's Little Pleasures: An Annual Report

Back-to-School Budgeting: Educating Parents.

Staycation. A different kind of blockbuster summer.

Pennies from Heaven - The Garage Sale

Investing 101. No question is too dumb.

Savings or Bust

Great Values at Value Village!

Recovering from the fall from grace

Financial Compatibility

To spend, or not to spend?

Do we need a reality cheque?

Make it a breath-taking holiday

Frugality reality

Chop your spending

Budgeting is not a four-letter word. . .

What does a recession mean to you?