I went to my first mortgage burning party, here is what I learned about paying off a mortgage soonerRead More
Known in Montreal as the Happiness Entrepreneur, Chia-Yi Tung is a leader in “exporting” Quebec in Asian markets. She shares her thoughts on home ownership as a way to financial freedom.Read More
Tori Dunlap, a Seattle-based money speaker and coach shares her thoughts how she is planning to save $100k by the time she is 25.Read More
While it may be tempting to go splurge the funds on a TV, but there are definitely better ways you can use your tax refundRead More
Just in time for Father’s Day, here are the top 5 money moved I leaned from my DadRead More
Here are some ideas on how to allocate your monthly incomeRead More
This got me thinking about what happens if you only pay off the minimum on your credit card…Read More
So the Christmas tree is gone, the decorations are back in storage and you are back at work – now when you look at your pocketbook, you realized that you overspent this holiday season.Read More
When I was young, I would say around ten years old; my dad taught me two magic words – compound interest. Yes at that time interest rates were 12%... ahh the good old days.Read More
We’ve all been there, the washing machine breaks down, there is an issue with the car, and we need to put the bill on a credit card. There is nothing wrong with that, but if we don’t have the funds to pay for the bill, we are just pushing ourselves further into debt.Read More
So there I was in my favourite clothing store in Fairview, and when I was ready to pay, the gal behind the counter said a few magic words: “Would you like to save an extra 20% today by applying for a [enter store name here] credit card?”Read More
So I was out last night for dinner with my good friend Lynette and the discussion moved towards finances, as it often does! She asked about the differences between RRSPs, TFSAs and RRIFs. So here is a primer:Read More
With tax season right around the corner, I was thinking what are the questions that we should be asking financial planners at different stages of life; ie: when you are starting to first invest and what to ask if your are a seasoned investor.Read More
Raise your hand if you think the words “saving,” “investing,” “retirement” are sexy words? Anyone? Anyone?
How about having a nice cash cushion in your bank account, how do you like the sound of that?
So you are getting hitched! Congrats, now here’s how to safeguard your dough.Read More