Brexit: What To Know for Canadian Finances

Canada may enjoy our Commonwealth status and sport the portrait of the Queen on currency, buildings, and the occasional pub mantelpiece, but the recent Brexit vote has certainly cast the transatlantic relationship in a different light. The economic aftershock of Britain’s vote to leave the…

Financial Planning for New Graduates

I find it a bit shortsighted to suggest that new graduates are leaving their education behind and “entering the real world.” Students have had to contend with the financial realities of the “real” world since they decided to enter into their studies – often grappling…

The Changing Face of the Summer Job

For many people, the first steps into personal finance management and understanding the real, practical responsibilities that come with earning money are tied to summer jobs undertaken at the close of the school year. Post-secondary students in particular will seek new employment or increased hours…

Progressa: Back on Track (Video)

Inspired by real stories from our customers, Progressa can now help you learn even more about what we do and how we can help your financial situation get back on track. Click below for the video! progressa Testimonial Ad (2016) from Ali Pourdad on Vimeo….

Breaking Down Your Personal Finance Data

Personal finance blog “Mixed Up Money” recently published a post advocating for the setting aside of one day a month – usually the first or the last day – to do all your personal finance house-cleaning and optimization. The post was picked up and reblogged…

Join Us At the 2016 Technology Impact Awards!

The community of innovation in British Columbia, and in Canada at large, is experiencing a revelatory moment of growth and exposure. British Columbians are making an impact, and the BC Technology Industry Association is recognizing that contribution for the twenty-third consecutive year in the 2016…