4 Tech for Good Startups That'll Help You Get Out of Debt

Making financial health healthier

Why It Matters

A gap exists between financial health and literacy, with four in 10 Canadians reportedly struggling on some or all aspects of their finances. Yet, many hesitate to talk about their finances or seek advice, while 62 percent of Canadians are simply unaware of where or who to turn to even get that financial advice. Four Canadian tech for good startups are here to tackle this social challenge.

var TRINITY_TTS_WP_CONFIG = {"cleanText":"4 Tech for Good Startups That\u2019ll Help You Get Out of Debt. The stark reality for Canadians today is that 46 percent of us are $200 or less away from financial insolvency at the end of the month, with 45 percent reporting that they will have to go deeper into debt in order to pay off their living expenses. Research has also identified a link between financial and mental health, with the most \u2018financially vulnerable\u2019 scoring lower on mental health measures \u2014 the bulk of which are shown to be women .\u00a0 Enter PolicyMe , a Toronto-based life insurance resource platform; Quber , a Moncton-based financial app; altruWisdom , a Calgary-based financial education platform; and Zayzoon , an HRTech company operating out of Calgary. These C

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