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02 March 2015
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March is Fraud Prevention Month and we’re kicking things off with a post all about pyramid schemes: learn what this fraud is and find out why they can cost you a whole lot more than just money.

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Debt Collection

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23 February 2015
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So the big day has arrived and you have finally paid off your mortgage. Good for you! But there is one more thing you should do to be completely free of your mortgage. You need to clear the title of your house.

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Tips

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16 February 2015
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When was the last time you bought a second-hand product? Buying used items can be a great way to save money (and our Earth’s resources!), but it’s important to practice a bit of caution. In this blog post, we’re sharing our top three tips if you’re considering buying a used cell phone.

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Tips

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10 February 2015
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Who couldn’t go for a little extra money this time of year? In today’s blog post, we’re sharing information about how to search unclaimed property records to find out if you (or a loved one) is owed money. 

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Tips

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02 February 2015
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Cyberbullying is a real, and scary, threat to today’s youth. In this blog post, we’re sharing information from Get Cyber Safe to help you learn how to prevent, detect and get help for cyberbullying behaviour.

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Debt Collection

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26 January 2015
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Imagine this: you have a balance on your credit card that you haven’t paid for many months and you’ve noticed that the credit card company has stopped sending you statements. Hmmm… Does this mean your debt has been forgotten or forgiven by your credit card company? The answer is mostly likely “no” – keep reading to find out why!

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Tips

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19 January 2015
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In the unfortunate circumstance you or a loved one is facing a workplace injury or disease, we’re sharing information today from WorkSafeBC and the Workers’ Advisers Office about preventing injuries, making a WorkSafeBC claim and appealing a decision.

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Cemetery & Funeral Services

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12 January 2015
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Have you shared your end-of-life wishes with those you love? While these can be difficult conversations to have, it’s important to have them on your own terms – this will help ensure your final wishes are fulfilled and not left up to emotions. To read tips about how to have “the talk” with your loved ones about their end of life wishes, please click here.

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Debt Collection

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05 January 2015
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Good news for Canadians – the Financial Consumer Agency of Canada has introduced a new financial literacy database packed with resources, events, tools and information from various Canadian organizations.

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29 December 2014
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Many homeowners use lines-of-credit to borrow money, particularly when large loan amounts are needed/wanted. Once you pay off this kind of loan, there’s one more thing to do. What is it? Keep reading to find out! 

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