The least exciting thing about going off to post-secondary is planning how you are going to pay for it. While there are many options out there to pay for post-secondary, the most popular ways are either OSAP or a Student Line of Credit. OSAP….
Back to school time is usually a stressful yet exciting time for parents and children alike, filled with new school supplies for the hopeful new school year. This year is beginning to look a little different with many schools switching to online learning for the foreseeable…
Figuring out your finances for post-secondary can be an extremely stressful time for many students due to the costs of tuition. For many students this will be their first time on their own so having a budget tailored to them can cut stress and overspending, while also….
Home / Blog / Student Loans, Debt It’s no secret that post-secondary education is expensive. No matter how many corners you try to cut, chances are pretty good that you’ll have at least some student loan debt by the time you graduate. But what if you find that you can’t repay that debt? Or that
Home / Blog / Student Loans, Bankruptcy, Consumer Proposal When you declare bankruptcy or file a consumer proposal, most—but not all—of your debts are discharged at the end of your bankruptcy/consumer proposal term. This means your debts are forgiven (in bankruptcy) or considered paid in full (in a consumer proposal), and you’re no longer liable