Monthly Archives: October 2014

Two Financial Solitudes

A recent annual survey of employees by the Canadian Payroll Association (CPA) shows more people are overwhelmed by their debt, are saving less and would face real hardship if their paycheque was delayed by a single week. Most of the survey’s measures of financial health have deteriorated this year, with more employed people planning on […]

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Debt Olympics – Canada Wins Bronze!

On a global level, growth is being steadily drowned under a rising tide of debt, threatening renewed financial crisis, a continued squeeze to living standards, and eventual mass default. In summary, this is the conclusion of the latest “Geneva Report”, an annual assessment informed by a top drawer conference of leading decision makers and economic […]

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