• Paying back your debt

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    Before you borrow money, have a plan to pay it back.
    Learn more at Canada.ca/it-pays-to-know.

    Video description
    0:00 Elise and Floyd are asleep in bed. We hear sounds of snoring and see “zzzzzzz” coming from Elise.
    0:03 Elise is dreaming of a home renovation. A title reads: “Dreaming of a home reno…?”
    0:06 A sporty new car floats into view. Title reads: “Or a fully loaded new car?”
    0:08 The house and car start to look more sinister. We hear sounds of lightening. Title reads: “And the debt that goes with it?”
    0:10 Elise wakes up, startled, as if from a bad dream.
    0:13 Images of house and car disappear. Title reads “Before you borrow money. Have a plan to pay it back.”
    0:15 Elise sighs with relief and goes back to sleep. We hear sounds of snoring.
    0:16 Floyd and Elise are at their home office desk. Elise is typing on her computer. Floyd is working on a calculator. Title reads: “We have the tips and tools to help you manage debt…so you can sleep better.”
    0:21 Elise stands next to final title: "Learn more at Canada.ca/it-pays-to-know"
    0:25 Cut to official Government of Canada jingle and wordmark. Show less
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