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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Ontario Rolls Out Financial Literacy Pilot Program

After petitioning local officials late in 2016, Ontario students in Grade 10 and up will score a victory for their financial literacy preparedness with the launch of a new pilot education program by the provincial...

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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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Preparing for Tax Time in Canada

It’s never too early to get your information ready, your files organized, and your financial plan prepared for tax season. Tax time can be a stressful time: make sure you’re ready and aware of the following...

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How To Change Jobs Without Financial Stress

It’s a lot of work to find the job that’s perfect for you. Ideally it will have some combination of doing what you enjoy, providing for your financial needs, and helping you develop a career path. And not...

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Burn Rate: Turning Down the Heat on Your Finances

In the startup world, the metric “Burn Rate” is often applied to help potential investors look at the viability of a new company. Put simply, how long (in months) would it take for a company to...

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Developing Your Record Keeping Skills

It can be a lot of work keeping track of your financial obligations, but it’s worth the effort: you’re able to stay on time and on budget more easily and avoid paying penalties for late payments. The same...

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