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Are business loans cheap?

There are a multitude of variables that will alter your business loan cost and fees. Find out how to get a business loan and what will change how much it costs, etc.

Are Proceeds From a Reverse Mortgage Taxable?

Watch this 1 minute video to learn whether the proceeds from a reverse mortgage are taxable or not.

Can a loan company see your bank account?

If you’re seeking an auto loan and curious about whether banks can see your bank statements then watch this video to find out the answer.

Can I get a personal loan and pay it back right away?

Whether you can pay back your personal loan right away depends on a few things. It will differ from lender to lender, and you need to ask these questions to find out.

How do I get equity out of my home without selling it?

Watch this 1 minute video to find out how to get equity out of my home without selling it.

Can you add your child to your credit card in Canada?

Find out if there’s an age requirement for children to use a parent’s credit card.

Can I open a HELOC and not use it?

One of the main advantages of a home equity line of credit is that it is used on an “as needed” basis. Find out what this means, when you’ll inquire interest and the different between a home equity line of credit and a home equity loan.

What is inflation and what does it mean for the average Canadian?

With inflation near a 40 year high in Canada, I’m sure you’ve felt the pain when you went to the grocery store or filled up your car like a lot of Canadians. Let’s look at what inflation is and what it means for the average Canadian.

Can you spend a personal loan on anything?

Yes, you can spend a personal loan on anything, especially an unsecured personal loan, that you have taken out. Here are some common uses for personal loans.

What is a recession and what does it mean for the average Canadian?

We often hear that a recession is coming. You may be wondering, why do we worry about recessions so much? Let’s gain a better understanding of recessions by looking at what a recession is and what does it mean for the average Canadian.

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