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Metro’s Money Makeover: When in debt, pay your friends and family first

February 2016

Metro’s Money Makeover: When in debt, pay your friends and family first

Metro’s finance guru Lesley-Anne Scorgie has only two months left to tackle the women’s largest financial burdens and teach them to allocate resources.   Annick is allocating over $1,000 per month to debt repayment. THE CHALLENGE: We’ve been following two young women as they get serious…

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Fashionista on a Budget

  In today’s less-than-stellar Canadian economy, a lot of us have started to look for creative ways to spend less and save more. This is especially hard when you love fashion and you covet beautiful things – like your shoe collection. A lot of advice…

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Metro’s Money Makeover: You Can Be Too Frugal

Being a super-saver can backfire. It’s important to allow for small splurges so you don’t end up using savings for impulse buys. The challenge: Metro’s finance guru Lesley-Anne Scorgie is on a mission to transform the finances of two young women; Annick, who is heavily…

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Fun & Frugal Ways to Celebrate Valentine’s Day

Valentine’s Day can come with pressure – for love and for money. However, there are many ways to celebrate Valentine’s Day that are romantic, meaningful, and not complete bank account busters. I’m a huge proponent of finding balance and celebrating special occasions so don’t fear,…

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MeVest Money Tip: Top Ways to Earn Free Money

There is no such thing as a free lunch. But is there free money? YES! Perhaps not completely free of effort, but so close that it’s worth taking advantage of. 1. Rewards and Loyalty programs. Most retailers offer some sort of rewards or loyalty program,…

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Metro’s Money Makeover – how to save and pay down debt

Metro’s finance guru Lesley-Anne Scorgie has only 10 weeks left to tackle Annick and Yolanda’s largest financial burdens and teach them to allocate resources. The challenge: Metro’s finance guru Lesley-Anne Scorgie has 10 weeks left to get Annick, 24, and Yolanda, 27, to change their spending…

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