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Student budgeting 101: Saving for your post-secondary school year

Student budgeting 101: Saving for your post-secondary school year

6 expenses every student needs to budget & save for today. Rising tuition rates are making all the headlines, but for today’s Canadian students and families, budgeting for tuition alone is just your first step. By planning ahead and saving for expected and unexpected costs, you can have a smoother journey toward a debt-free education. […]

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Tips and tricks for using Apple Pay

Tips and tricks for using Apple Pay

Forgot your wallet and just realized at the checkout? No problem. Now you can access your money and pay right from your smartphone with Apple Pay. What is Apple Pay? This handy, intelligent and secure technology allows Manitobans with a debit or credit account to pay directly from their electronic wallet — all with a […]

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Mortgage do's and don'ts for 2018

Mortgage Do’s and Don’ts for 2018

Most people are unaware of the potential roadblocks they could come up against when applying for a mortgage — until it’s too late. This list of mortgage do’s and don’ts are designed to save you from mortgage application headaches.   Check your credit score in advance Your credit score is an essential ingredient in the […]

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6 reasons you shouldn’t want a tax refund

6 reasons you shouldn’t want a tax refund

  Are you paying too much tax throughout the year? If you’re getting a tax refund, you might be doing just that. But don’t worry, there are easy ways to fix the situation. When it comes to tax time, everybody wants to get a refund and feel the joy of depositing a cheque into their […]

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6 mortgage tips for first-time homebuyers

6 mortgage tips for first-time homebuyers

Buying your first home will be one of those rare times that you’ll probably feel excited and nervous in equal measures. Securing a mortgage can be a big part of those nerves, and first-time homebuyers can follow some top mortgage tips to help alleviate the pressure. After all, this may be one of the biggest […]

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What to do when you've lost your phone

What should I do if I lost my smartphone?

“Oh no, I lost my smartphone!” It’s a horrible feeling to lose a valuable piece of equipment, whether it was misplaced or swiped up by the wrong hands. Smartphones aren’t just expensive, but they are our connection to family, friends and work — filled with personal information and sensitive data including credit card details, contact […]

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