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Lenders can hike interest rates up to 59 per cent. One senator is trying to make that illegal.
Rapidly rising house prices are shielding indebted borrowers from insolvency, but for those without real estate, it’s a different story.
2020 already sucks, don't end the year with avoidable debt.
There are some concerns on the federal budget watchdog's mind.
Four in 10 Canadians are not prepared for a second wave of COVID-19.
Canadians are worried about taxpayers’ huge bill for the pandemic response ― but don’t think now is the time to pull back.
Economic observers warn of a K-shaped recovery that sees some people recover and others go further into debt.
Ordinarily, these types of insolvencies happen during an economic crisis, not during boom times.
The younger generation has the digital tools to analyze their finances.
Nearly half are on the verge of insolvency, a survey has found.