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Our Financial Journey

As I noted while breaking down our net worth, our financial journey started all the way back in August 2005 when Lisa took out her first student loan. 279 more words

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65% Of Homeowners Are Not Prepared For An Interest Rate Rise Within The Next Two Years

Legal and General conduct a quarterly survey, Mortgage Mood, which looks at the attitude of homeowners on a range of mortgage related issues throughout the UK. 466 more words

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Is Canada's record borrowing boom coming to an end?

Fresh data from Statistics Canada published Friday reminded us of what we already know – consumers and households are buried up to their eyeballs in debt. 336 more words

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Household finances show improvement: StatsCan

OTTAWA – The financial health of Canadian households improved ever so slightly in the final three months of 2013, a development that will give some comfort to the Bank of Canada in maintaining its low-interest-rate policy. 506 more words

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StepChange Debt Charity Report 'Wales In The Red' Highlights Debt Issues In Wales

A new report by the Stepchange debt charity has detailed a year on year increase in individuals who have fallen into arrears on household bills and those who are taking out payday loans. 338 more words

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3 Huge Differences Between U.S. and Canadian Mortgages

As housing reform continues to be part of the Obama administration’s agenda, differences between the mortgage market in the United States and that of other countries have come to light. 482 more words

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