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28 November 2022

Adding Financing To Your Business' Could Boost Sales By Up To 30%

Is your business leaving money on the table by not offering manageable financing options as part of your customer journey?
21 November 2022

Eyecare Matters: How An Optometrist Can Save Your Child's Vision

Regarding your child's eyecare, being proactive is vital. You can avoid more significant vision problems by checking for these signs.
17 November 2022

Don’t Start Shopping For Snowmobiles Until You Answer These Questions

Before you search for the perfect snowmobile, consider these three questions.
15 November 2022

How Cleaning Your Garage Could Save You Thousands This Winter

When preparing your home for the season by turning off your water lines, covering your A/C and storing your backyard furniture, it's easy and tempting to use your garage as a seasonal storage facility. But there are more than a few benefits to keeping it clear for the duration of the colder Canadian months.
8 November 2022

Is Your Holiday List Prepared For Black Friday?

Now that November is here, if you're a savvy consumer, it's time to start planning your holiday shopping strategy. Here are a few ideas to point you in the right direction.
2 November 2022

Get Financing When You Need It Most—From The Comfort Of Your Couch

At LendCare, we know that people sometimes need a hand when their budget or bank account isn't enough to get them through tough times.
31 October 2022

Here’s Why Pay day Loans Can Be A Financial Blackhole

About half of all people who borrow money have little, or no cash saved, and about a quarter have at least $1,500. It's not hard to understand why payday loans are a popular option. However, there are other options—especially if you consider almost half of all short-term loans pay for unexpected costs like car repairs.
24 October 2022

This One Renovation Can Change Your Entire Home

How you breathe new life into your kitchen largely depends on your budget. However, there is some low-hanging fruit, and small changes can go a long way.