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The six best summer side-hustles for students

Budgeting, Education, Frugal Fun, Side-hustle, Students, Work

The six best summer side-hustles for students

One summer job just isn’t enough anymore but there are money-making opportunities out there, from freelancing to festivals. The summertime can be a financial pressure cooker for some students as they scrounge, mooch and save for their next round of tuition payments, often due by…

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Here’s How to Take Advantage of Scholarship Season

Millions of post-secondary scholarship dollars are left on the table because Canadian students don’t bother to apply for the money.   Post-secondary students across Canada are preparing for final exams — but carving out time during the next 60 days to investigate scholarship opportunities could…

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5 Ways to Pay-off Your Holiday Bills Faster

If you’re reeling from an expensive holiday shopping season, you’re not alone. Most Canadian households spent an average of $1,000 on gifts and entertainment throughout the season. That amount might seem reasonable if you’ve planned for it. But, most people did not save in advance and…

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This Year, Restrict Holiday Drinks to Half-price Happy Hour – Week 2

For it’s second challenge, Metro’s Small Changes, Big Win series gets you to scope out discounted drink specials. Enjoy responsibly and bank those savings. Small changes to the way you spend your money can really add up. We’ve pulled together weekly tips that will add…

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The 32 per cent rule in real estate

  Mortgage lenders have loads of rules they must follow from government policies around borrowing limits to their internal risk management frameworks that protect their institutions from a borrower defaulting on their loan (i.e. not paying it back). But, one rule in particular has stood…

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The 32 per cent rule in real estate

  Mortgage lenders have loads of rules they must follow from government policies around borrowing limits to their internal risk management frameworks that protect their institutions from a borrower defaulting on their loan (i.e. not paying it back). But, one rule in particular has stood…

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The 32 per cent rule in real estate

  Mortgage lenders have loads of rules they must follow from government policies around borrowing limits to their internal risk management frameworks that protect their institutions from a borrower defaulting on their loan (i.e. not paying it back). But, one rule in particular has stood…

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The Swap Life

Remove selling your body from this scenario and let’s say you challenged yourself to 30-days of swapping, rather than paying, for goods or services. Do you think you could do it? There are three types of swaps that don’t involve cash. 1. Services for Services…

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Monetize Your Stuff

“Stuff” costs money and let’s face it, most of us collect a lot of “stuff” in our homes over the years – old vacuum cleaners, computers, duplicate printers, first-generation GPS systems, DVD players, sports equipment, books, bed frames, baby toys, etc. As a part of…

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