Category Archives: Personal Finance

how to avoid overspending this holiday season

How To Avoid Overspending This Holiday Season

It really is the most wonderful time of the year! But it’s not always the easiest season on your wallet. Between the holiday get-togethers, traveling to see friends and family, and ringing in the new year – the holiday season… Read More

Rachel Surman

December 10, 2018

Personal Finance,Blog
protect your credit score

How To Protect Your Credit Score (And Maybe Even Improve It) This Holiday Season!

The holidays are supposed to be a joyful time of year, filled with good times and happy memories. Unfortunately, it’s also one of the more difficult times to protect your credit score. When you’re staring down lots of holiday purchases… Read More

Michelle Summerfield

December 6, 2018

Personal Finance,Blog
personal finances

6 Ways To Get Your Personal Finances Back On Track

Everyone wants to save more or be better with their personal finances, but that’s easier said than done. How do you get your finances on track if you have no idea where to begin? Fortunately, taking control of your money… Read More

Barry Choi

September 13, 2018

Personal Finance,Blog
The Ultimate Guide To Personal Finance For College And University Students

The Ultimate Guide To Personal Finance For College And University Students

Welcome to The Ultimate Guide To Personal Finance For College And University Students, by Borrowell! In this five-part guide, you’ll learn about important personal finance concepts that will prepare you for the next few years of school and beyond. Table of Contents: … Read More

Administrator

August 22, 2018

Personal Finance,Blog
how to save money

How To Save Money When You’re On A Tight Budget

You may be wondering how to save money when you’re on a budget. When money is tight, finding ways to save can seem like an impossible task! If you’re barely getting by or are trapped in a cycle of overspending,… Read More

Michelle Summerfield

August 7, 2018

Personal Finance,Blog

What’s The Difference Between Installment And Revolving Credit?

Borrowing against credit is helpful – it lets us make big purchases and cover unexpected expenses while paying for it with future income. Misusing credit, however, can negatively impact your credit score and your future ability to borrow money when… Read More

Daniel Teo

June 22, 2018

Personal Finance,Blog,Personal Loans

The Best Long Weekend Getaways In Canada For Summer And Fall

With summer finally here, it’s time to get out and enjoy the Canadian outdoors. Chances are you already have your summer holidays booked, but have you considered getting away for a long weekend this summer, or even this fall? Canada… Read More

Barry Choi

June 15, 2018

Personal Finance,Blog
finding a rental apartment on a budget

Tips For Finding A Rental Apartment On A Budget

Finding a rental apartment on a budget can seem like trying to find a unicorn: impossible! Whether you’re renting for the first time or you’re switching places, a bit of preparation will get you closer to your new dream place.… Read More

Michelle Summerfield

June 4, 2018

Personal Finance,Blog
I forgot to file my tax return

I Forgot To File My Tax Return – Now What?

Your 2017 taxes were due on April 30th. If you’re thinking, “I forgot to file my tax return,” you may be feeling a little stressed. But it’s going to be okay! Take a breath – you can do this. Don’t… Read More

Janine Rogan

May 23, 2018

Personal Finance,Blog
market of vibrant, healthy produce

How To Eat Healthy On A Budget In Canada

Many people hold a misconception that eating healthy on a budget in Canada is more difficult than ever. I’m here to tell you this simply isn’t the case! Believe it or not, some of the healthiest foods in the grocery… Read More

Michelle Summerfield

April 24, 2018

Personal Finance,Blog