The January After The December Before

So it’s January 2017. Christmas is over. New Years is over. It’s a new year, full of new promise and (possibly already broken) resolutions. How is 2017 going to be different to 2016? Many are making resolutions about losing weight, or quitting smoking, or making “more responsible financial decisions” in 2017. That all sounds great, if you’re in a position to be able to make “responsible financial decision” but for 2 million Canadians who rely on the predatory practices of Payday Loans each year, that resolution may seem like a pipe-dream. Just putting food on the table in a pinch is today’s resolution! (more…)

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