Debt refers to the amount of money that one person, organization, or government owes to another person, organization, or government.
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Manage your money to better understand where you stand, and minimize your money-related stress.
Credit is money that you borrow, with the understanding that you will pay it back. It can help cover some of your costs, as well as accrue points to help you further.
Understanding your expenses will help you gain a bigger picture of your budget, and how to help with your financial stability.
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Types of Debt
There are different types that students should consider before deciding to borrow money. The Government of Canada provides an extensive list of different types of debt such as lines of credit, personal loans, etc. It also outlines different questions to ask yourself before incurring debt.