Category Archives: Financial Health

#FinancialFridays: Did you receive pandemic benefits? You may qualify for a payment plan with CRA. Find out more here.

Canadians who received pandemic benefits will have up to 1 year to pay back any debt from those benefits without interest. This applies to Canadians who made up to $75,000 in taxable income in 2020 and received one of the federal government’s five pandemic relief benefits or employment insurance benefits:

#FinancialFridays: Are you 65 years or older? You may qualify for the Canada Guaranteed Income Supplement.

Have you heard about the Guaranteed Income Supplement (GIS)? The GIS is a federal monthly payment which is based on income and is available to low-income Old Age Security pensioners. It is not taxable. You may qualify if… You are a senior 65 years or older. You receive the Old

#FinancialFridays: The New Year is here and so is the opportunity for financial fresh starts.

Financial Fridays Facing Fear Finding Freedom The Covid-10 Pandemic has affected everyone financially, to some degree. While there are some who made extra money, for most people there have been a significant increase in the cost of living, as well as drastic changes to incomes. A new year gives us

#FinancialFridays: If you received CERB or CRB – there are things to know prior to tax time.

As 2020 wraps up (pun intended!), it is also a good time to look forward to tax season. This is going to be a different tax season for many people as they navigate the changes in their income and how that impacts their taxes. For those who applied for COVID-19

#FinancialFridays: A recent survey shows that 1 in 4 Canadians say that they can’t afford the holidays this year.

For many, planning for the holidays this year is proving to be a stressful experience. Worries related to the Covid-19 pandemic along with financial concerns and the inability to celebrate as we typically do, is creating anxiety for lots of individuals this Christmas season. Recently, a survey by Credit Canada

#FinancialFridays: Holiday Season Preparation Series – Fun and Finances Really Can Mix!

2020 has been a different kind of year from the usual… and this Christmas/Holiday Season will most likely be as well. Why not use this holiday season to create new expectations, traditions and memories. If you are finding things tough this year financially or simply want to cut back on

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