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Be careful with buy now, pay later deals: experts

Be careful with buy now, pay later deals: experts

In addition to standard payment methods like credit cards and PayPal, companies such as Sephora makeup, Herschel Supply Co. backpacks and Lush beauty products offer new options from fintechs like PayBright, Afterpay, Sezzle, Klarna, QuadPay and Affirm.

Be careful with buy now, pay later deals: experts

Don't skip these steps when borrowing parent student loans

Don't skip these steps when borrowing parent student loans

To help prevent student debt from derailing their family, parents should assess their financial situation and talk openly with their children before borrowing student loans.

Don't skip these steps when borrowing parent student loans

Millennial Money: A new set of shopping tips in the pandemic

Millennial Money: A new set of shopping tips in the pandemic

Prior to March, shoppers would go to the mall or grocery store — without masks — and scout out the latest sales. Now, shopping looks much different.

Millennial Money: A new set of shopping tips in the pandemic

Canadians spend more online during pandemic

Canadians spend more online during pandemic

A Statistics Canada survey from 2018 found that 48 per cent of respondents had received a fraudulent message, including phishing attempts, over the previous year.

Canadians spend more online during pandemic

Millennial Money: Create financial stability in shaky times

Millennial Money: Create financial stability in shaky times

Financial stability is both a state of money and a state of mind, says Ed Coambs, a certified financial planner and certified financial therapist near Charlotte, North Carolina.

Millennial Money: Create financial stability in shaky times

Cold weather means new challenges for struggling restaurants

Cold weather means new challenges for struggling restaurants

It's a dose of reality for an industry that was able to stem at least some of its losses by pivoting to outdoor dining this summer, setting up tables and chairs on sidewalks and parking lots and offering some semblance of normalcy.

Cold weather means new challenges for struggling restaurants

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