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Best Places to Save in Canada

In the US, stores like Kohl’s and Hobby Lobby are known for their amazing coupons and deals on all kinds of products. But what about Canada? Whether you’re a native Canadian, a US expatriate living north of the border, or just a visitor to the frozen north wanting to score

How to Escape the Debt Cycle

When it comes to setting new world records, the average personal debt of Americans is far from a proud moment for our country. With an average delinquency rate of 4.8%, it’s time to reexamine how we look at borrowing and spending. For individual borrowers, a mountain of debt can seem

15 Baby Freebies for New Moms

Let’s be real: Babies are expensive. And motherhood can be overwhelming. What’s an expecting mother to do? Don’t worry — we’ve compiled some amazing pregnancy freebies (and goodies for after baby is born) to help cut some of the expenses of bringing home baby. Plus, most of these also come

Managing Money in Your 20s and Beyond! 55 Tips

So you’ve graduated, got your first job, and moved into your own place. For the first time, you’re on your own for paying the bills, saving money for the future, and keeping your finances in order. At first, things can be overwhelming. But you don’t have to be an expert

How to Shop from Stores and Sites that Don’t Ship to Canada

We’ve all run into those great online deals that are only available if you have a US shipping address, or US stores that don’t ship to Canada. Even stores that also have a Canadian site may offer far better pricing for US customers. Of course, if you have a helpful

15 Ways to Save on Clothing (and Related Expenses)

  According to a Bureau of Labor Statistics Consumer Expenditure Survey, Canadians spend over $1.600 on clothing per person, per year. Fashions are constantly changing and we all like to have something new and pretty from time to time. But clothing costs can add up quickly and blow your budget, or

Grocery Shopping Hacks to Save Big

  We hope you’ll find these grocery shopping tips and tricks helpful. With a little planning and knowledge, you can cut your grocery bill significantly, and you’ll really see the savings add up over time!   Before You Go Coupons: Is it really worth the time and effort to clip

100+ Stores that Offer Student Discounts

  As a student, managing your money can be difficult. We’ve all heard the stories of students surviving on nothing but ramen noodles for months. But there’s a better way! Take advantage of the many opportunities presented here to save some cash on your essential purchases, and you’re sure to
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