February 23, 2011 | By: Laurie Campbell

Average household debt tops $100,000

There is no doubt that debt loads have never been higher in Canada and it comes as no surprise that a report by the Vanier Institute on the State of Family Finances notes that household debt has now reached the six figure mark.  The attached article click here demonstrates how easy it is to find ourselves in financial difficulty.  Although it is no small feat, the individual mentioned in the article manages to completely re-evaluate her financial situation and take control of her finances to a successful end with the help of Credit Canada.  At Credit Canada we encourage all Canadians to make 2011 the year to take financial control and to start realizing the amazing benefits of having a solid financial plan.    The article is just one small example of the many success stories we have here at Credit Canada.

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