Financial Planning

Managing Your Money in the Gig Economy

The prevalence of self-employed, independent workers and contractors performing part-time work, also known as the “gig economy,” has exploded in recent years. Over the past 20 years, the number of gig economy...

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The Rising Cost of Education: How To Save For University

Going to university is a major step for any Canadian looking to expand their career options, secure a future job in a lucrative field, and build their educational history to the point that most of what we currently view...

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The Most Important Number In Personal Finance

As a personal finance go-getter, your world is doubtlessly full of important numbers. Be they bank statements, phone contacts, bills, savings, or interest rates, it can often feel like there are just so many different...

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Black Friday: A Personal Finance Overview

November 24, is the start of one of the busiest shopping weekends in North America. Coinciding with Thanksgiving celebrations in the United States, “Black Friday” and its associated shopping holiday “Cyber...

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Saving tips to get through tough economic times

There’s no ignoring that majority of us Canadians are going through a financial rough patch. If you’re a millennial you are more than familiar with the struggles of saving money while trying to make all your...

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Lack of rainy day fund to weather rising interest rates

More than half of Canadians are worried about rising interest rates taking a toll their personal finances. But, one in four Canadians lack emergency funds to see them through tough economic times. ...

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Factors affecting your credit rating

As a concept, most Canadians are familiar with credit rating as a number between 300 and 900 that reflects your creditworthiness. Creditworthiness being the golden standard that helps secure loan approval for lenders....

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Living Paycheque to Paycheque?

You’re not alone in your struggles. Nearly half of Canadian employees say they would be in a financial crunch if their paycheque was delayed even by a week....

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