Financial Planning

Alternative Personal Loan

You work hard to make your loan payments on time. But when life throws an unexpected curveball we all need a little help. Getting a personal loan, is a smart financial move if you fall behind on your payments....

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How financially savvy are you really?

While most of us claim to be financially literate, when tested on their finance knowledge Canadians don't seem to fare too well. ...

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To pay down a mortgage or invest?

Doing away with the largest drag on your net worth statement sounds very tempting. But, so does investing for the future. If you don't have enough cash flow to do both - and most people honestly don't - which is a...

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How Will The Federal Budget Affect Your Personal Finances?

The new federal budget is here, and with it come a slew of changes affecting the nation at large. But what about the individual? Where does the new budget change your day to day spending patterns – your budget?...

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The Consumer Price Index: Are Hipster Trends Changing The Economy?

Could small-batch booze and other “artisanal” or so called “hipster” goods have an effect on the way a country measures its citizens’ financial success? This is the question a British...

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By The Numbers: The 50-30-20 Budget

Budgeting effectively is one of the most important parts of a personal finance plan, and there are about as many budget solutions out there as there are weight loss solutions. Much like the get-trim-quick advertising...

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How Couples Can Work Together For Financial Success

Valentine’s day is fast approaching, and all you lovebirds and couples out there are sure to spend it with that special someone. However, the way you spend – and manage – your money all year long is...

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Things to Consider Before Financing A Car

For many Canadians, it’s simply unavoidable to need to drive – from home to work, to school, or to access necessary utilities and daily tasks. Canadians have registered over 33 million vehicles as of 2015....

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