Use credit a tool, not a burden.

"Canadians are saving less and borrowing more.  That's okay when interest rates are low, and your income is strong and stable and your housing market is solid.  But there could be trouble down the road if interest rates rise and your personal household economy turns down."

So, how are you doing?  Take the time today to work with a MemberOne representative to review your whole financial picture, to create a plan that minimizes your interest costs and maximizes the value of your assets.  Build a financial plan that meets your needs today and for the future.

Good debt is an investment

Good debt consists of loans aimed at building long-term financial security - ideally at reduced cost because of tax breaks and low interest rates.