Finances

Campbell River city council will continue its 2020 policy of waiving late fees and NSFs. (Mirror File photo)

53% of Canadians teetering the brink of insolvency: survey

A majority of Canadians admit they’re just $200 away from not being able to pay their monthly bills

 

Jeané Herman, CIRP, LIT, Vice-President, MNP Ltd.

Breathe easier and stay on top of your paperless bills in three simple steps

By Jeane Herman, CIRP, LIT, Senior Vice-President, MNP Ltd. The move to…

  • Mar 8, 2021

 

Jeané Herman, CIRP, LIT, Vice-President, MNP Ltd.

Smart Credit – Is it more important than good credit?

By Jeané Herman, CIRP, LIT, Vice-President, MNP Ltd. Smart credit is using…

  • Feb 15, 2021

 

Financial literacy and credit counsellor Pamela George is shown in her home office in Ottawa, on Tuesday, Dec. 29, 2020. THE CANADIAN PRESS/Justin Tang

Planning your 2021 budget a chance to reassess your spending and make changes

Saving a six-month buffer is important to start building that rainy-day cushion

Financial literacy and credit counsellor Pamela George is shown in her home office in Ottawa, on Tuesday, Dec. 29, 2020. THE CANADIAN PRESS/Justin Tang
Financial literacy facilitator Lindsay Bayford prepares for the upcoming workshops put on by the Literacy Society. (Contributed)

Okanagan society helps manage finances in uncertain times

November is Financial Literacy Month

Financial literacy facilitator Lindsay Bayford prepares for the upcoming workshops put on by the Literacy Society. (Contributed)
‘Fall’ out of debt using the Snowball Method

‘Fall’ out of debt using the Snowball Method

Repaying smallest debt first, then moving on to the next one can build motivation and momentum

  • Oct 5, 2020
‘Fall’ out of debt using the Snowball Method
Finding financial solutions in uncertain times

Finding financial solutions in uncertain times

Dealing with debt during COVID: How are you coping?

  • Sep 7, 2020
Finding financial solutions in uncertain times
(The Canadian Press)

Financial check ups more important than ever during turbulent times like these

It is always important to review your financial plan on a regular basis, but especially now, experts say

(The Canadian Press)
A man wears a face mask as he sits on a bench in Montreal, Saturday, June 27, 2020, as the COVID-19 pandemic continues in Canada and around the world. THE CANADIAN PRESS/Graham Hughes
A man wears a face mask as he sits on a bench in Montreal, Saturday, June 27, 2020, as the COVID-19 pandemic continues in Canada and around the world. THE CANADIAN PRESS/Graham Hughes
Financial support is available during the pandemic.

As B.C.’s unemployment spikes, financial adviser offers tips to weather pandemic

From government programs to updating your budget, there is help.

Financial support is available during the pandemic.
North Okanagan taxpayers get a break on interest charges

North Okanagan taxpayers get a break on interest charges

First quarterly utility bills will not be subject to interest in Coldstream

North Okanagan taxpayers get a break on interest charges