Friday, July 23, 2010


IT’S ALIVE, IT’S ALIVE! Prudent Financial Services is proud to announce we have officially launched our all new website.

Our site is filled with useful tools and links to make managing your money easier.

Need a credit report? Click through our Useful links section
Use our Budget worksheet to manage your personal finances
Buying a car? Request your car proof history report
How much should you spend on a home? Find out through the Mortgage Calculator

And we’ve gone social! Join us on Facebook, Twitter, You Tube and BlogPages for daily scoops on saving your money with free movies, restaurant freebies, great outdoor activities for the whole family across the GTA as well as all the essential financial facts you really must know – and often don’t!

And much, much more.

Go ahead, check out the link below and take a peek for yourself.

Had a payday loan lately? Find out how much more you could have saved with Prudent

Please feel free to leave comments on any of our Social Networking Sites as we're eager to get your feedback!

Thursday, July 8, 2010

Finances can be challenging

Are you constantly ignoring your telephone calls to avoid the collectors? Are you stuck in a payday loan trap? Are you left with little to no money after paying for all the necessities in life such as food? These are all common financial challenges that may lead to chronic health issues and too many of us eventually endure. What can you do to stop this from happening to you? We need to financially educate ourselves so that we feel empowered to make lasting changes in the ways we manage our personal finances.

How do I educate myself?

There are so many reasons why one would neglect their finances. We need to figure out what’s stopping us from taking control of our finances. Here are a few points to remember:

• Try to always keep in mind the impact that financial instability can have on yourself and your loved ones.
• Stop making excuses and change your thought pattern. Instead of telling yourself that you get discouraged when you look at your finances, tell yourself that it’s not the money but the way you feel about money that causes you to get discouraged.
• You should keep track of all your spending by creating a budget and don’t forget to include all miscellaneous spending.
• Financial burdens can affect your sleep so know that repeated nights of no sleep will impair the function of your immune system and can lead to more chronic illnesses. Helping yourself stay focused on your finances and knowing that your working towards financial health is a good start.

Life is stressful enough without the added stress of finances. Whether you’re stuck in a payday loan trap and/or have a bad credit history that you need to rebuild, start with the tips above and seek help and alternatives such as Prudent Financial Services who is the leader in loans to people with bad credit histories and will help restore your credit.

With the prices of food and fuel on the rise, we need to stop facing the brunt of financial mismanagement now! This will require effort but the goal to secure a better future for you and your family is nothing in comparison.

Good luck on your road to financial health! For more valuable information, please visit us at