‘Bad things happen to good people’

Debt woes began with 2013 flood, followed by her husband’s unexpected death

‘Bad things happen to good people’
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This is part 5 in our series Back in balance

Final installment in five-part series: As people dig out from Alberta’s worst recession in three decades, Troy Media talks to everyday Albertans who are working to become debt free. The series features the stories of four people whose lives were ruled by debt because of divorce, illness, loss of a loved one or fraud. Growing bills were ruining their lives until they decided to take control of their financial future.

Fraudster ruined woman’s plans for early retirement

Troy Media talks to everyday Albertans who are working to become debt free

Fraudster ruined woman’s plans for early retirement
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This is part 4 in our series Back in balance

Fourth in a five-part series: As people dig out from Alberta’s worst recession in three decades, Troy Media talks to everyday Albertans who are working to become debt free

Injury and job losses push Calgarians to live off credit cards

As people dig out from Alberta’s worst recession in three decades, Troy Media talks to everyday Albertans who are working to become debt free

Injury and job losses push Calgarians to live off credit cards
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Third of a five-part series: As people dig out from Alberta’s worst recession in three decades, Troy Media talks to everyday Albertans who are working to become debt free.

Surprise tax bill in the mail was the final straw

Four Albertans rebounding from debt: ‘I was losing sleep and avoiding phone calls from unknown numbers’

Surprise tax bill in the mail was the final straw
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This is part 2 in our series Back in balance

As people slowly begin to dig out from Alberta’s worst recession in three decades, Troy Media talks to everyday Albertans who are working to become debt free. The series features the stories of four people whose lives were ruled by debt because of divorce, illness, loss of a loved one or fraud. Growing bills were ruining their lives until they decided to take control of their financial future.

The stories of four Albertans working to slay their debt demons

Albertans are racking up debt in record levels but help is available

The stories of four Albertans working to slay their debt demons
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This is part 1 in our series Back in balance

First of a five-part series: As people slowly begin to dig out from Alberta’s worst recession in three decades, Troy Media talks to everyday Albertans who are working to become debt free

You are what you focus on

Sometimes the biggest upgrade needed to help you see what’s possible is to ruthlessly shift what you’re focusing on most

You are what you focus on
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Sometimes the biggest upgrade needed to help you see what’s possible is to ruthlessly shift what you’re focusing on most

Staying ahead of threats to cyber security

A not-so-distant future could see blockchain automatically put in place a retaliatory tariff or assemble a dispute resolution panel

Staying ahead of threats to cyber security
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A not-so-distant future could see blockchain automatically put in place a retaliatory tariff or assemble a dispute resolution panel

Getting creative about saving money

Follow these guidelines to make a remarkable difference to your bank balance at the end of the month

Getting creative about saving money
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Follow these guidelines to make a remarkable difference to your bank balance at the end of the month

Should you defer collecting CPP and OAS?

Can you afford to hold off and increase your payments later? Will you need more CPP and OAS later in life? And how long do you expect to live?

Should you defer collecting CPP and OAS?
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Can you afford to hold off and increase your payments later? Will you need more CPP and OAS later in life? And how long do you expect to live?

Looking backward to predict future investment performance

Be sure to read the fine print if you see a variable-rate investment such as an ETF or a mutual fund advertising what looks like a promised future return

Looking backward to predict future investment performance
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Be sure to read the fine print if you see a variable-rate investment such as an ETF or a mutual fund advertising what looks like a promised future return

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