You may have noticed your morning commute is a little lighter than normal. School’s out – signaling the official start of the summer vacation season in Canada. Now many Canadians are going on their annual vacation to enjoy some fun and relaxation with their family and friends.
It is nice to go on a vacation however it can get really pricey if you are not prepared for it beforehand. As a consequence, it is possible to come back from your vacation in debt because you ran out of money and you end up using your credit card to maintain your various expenses such as food and entertainment. Consolidated Credit’s Executive Director Jeffrey Schwartz understands how vacations can get costly so he wrote a blog post in the Huffington Post to help Canadians stay within their budget while vacationing.
You can read Jeffrey’s blog post in the Huffington Post by clicking here.