5 Tips to Curb Boredom Spending during Covid-19 As more and more countries put strict social distancing guidelines in place to slow the spread of Covid-19, one of the unfortunate side effects is more time spent online. During China’s main quarantine period in February 2020, QuestMobile noted that daily time spent online via mobile internet rose … Continue reading 5 Tips to Curb Boredom Spending during Covid-19
20-year financial veteran Paul Murphy explains the best way to manage your money with 7 essential habits. These habits will help you stay out of debt, stick to your budget, and build long-term financial stability. I know that when it comes to managing money, it can sometimes feel like financial security is out of your control. … Continue reading Want to properly manage your money? Build these 7 habits.
Canada’s bet with debt. Back in 2008, the world was knocked into one of the worst recessions we had seen in decades. Canada was by no means immune. Over-leveraged Canadians lost property and businesses, retirement investments tanked and consumer confidence plummeted. History tells us this kind of downward spiral is very dangerous. To introduce some … Continue reading Canada’s bet with debt.
Debt & Stress: The Relationship Has there ever been a time when there was not a relationship between stress and debt? One only needs to look back to the stock market crash in the 1930’s and how it was called ‘The Great Depression’. Canadian researchers have been studying the issue of coping with heavy debt … Continue reading Debt & Stress: The Relationship
Why Durham Clients Choose 4 Pillars for Debt Re-structuring Services As anyone who has been through financially challenging times knows it can be a very emotional experience. Those emotions can range vastly for everyone including: sadness, frustration, embarrassment, anger, isolation, feelings of inadequacy and more. It is very difficult to face up to the challenge … Continue reading Why Durham Clients Choose 4 Pillars for Debt Re-structuring Services