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Putting your next impulse purchase on your credit card might be easy, but that doesn't always mean it's the right thing to do. In fact, next time you use your card, there are a few rules you should follow.

Narcity spoke with Angela Iermieri, a financial planner and spokesperson for Desjardins, who revealed the credit card mistakes you are probably making that you should stop doing ASAP.

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If you claimed any of the federal government’s COVID-19 benefits in 2020, you could qualify for Canada’s temporary tax relief this year.

Announced in February, the targeted interest relief gives eligible Canadians an interest-free year to return any debt related to the COVID-19 benefits claimed.

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In addition to cancelling federal student loan debt, Jagmeet Singh is also calling for free tuition in Canada one day in the future.

A new NDP campaign is urging the Liberal government to offer “more help not debt for students,” with the aim of “working towards a future where tuition is free.”

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This time of year can be pretty stressful, especially if you’re expecting to owe money at tax time.

This tax season is set to be particularly complicated, thanks in part to the COVID-19 pandemic and related benefits, as well as new tax deductions for people working from home.

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If you've been feeling a little confused about Canada's new temporary tax relief, this video should help clear things up!

On February 9, the federal government announced that Canadians who received COVID-19 benefits would be given an interest-free year to return any debt related to those benefits.

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