How to be in a Financially Successful Relationship

How to be in a Financially Successful Relationship

Having a healthy relationship with your loved one can take a lot of effort. However, some things in a relationship you have control over, and others you don’t. Your finances are one of the things where you can exercise some control. Follow these tips so that you can spend more… Read More


How Will a Rise in Interest Rates Affect You?

How Will a Rise in Interest Rates Affect You?

Canadian interest rates are currently at an all-time low but with the economy in flux it’s more than likely we’ll see an increase in the near future. So if you’re one of the many Canadians who took advantage of borrowing money when the interest rates were low, how will an… Read More


Will Minimalism Save Your Finances?

Will Minimalism Save Your Finances?

Are you constantly researching for a place to put all your belongings? Do you find that all your stuff makes your home feel cluttered and disorganized? Has your life started to revolve around your things instead of what really matters? If you’re currently feeling like you own too many things… Read More


All You Need to Know About NSFs and Bounced Cheques

All You Need to Know About NSFs and Bounced Cheques

Bouncing a cheque might seem like something that happens to everyone at least once in their lives and that it’s not really that big of a deal. This can be the case for some bounced cheques but others can lead to significantly more hassle, including criminal charges. Like most financial… Read More


Commonly Misunderstood Financial Terms

Commonly Misunderstood Financial Terms

The world of personal finance can be extremely complicated and confusing, especially if you’ve just entered it by purchasing your first house, getting a credit card for the first time or looking to take out your first loan. While even trying to understand certain financial terms can be quite a… Read More


2014 is the Year to get Serious about your Finances

2014 is the Year to get Serious about your Finances

While it is roundly acknowledged that New Year’s resolutions are usually only made to be broken, 2014 is the perfect time to break those preconceived notions, and make a resolution that will truly make a difference in your life should you choose to stick with it. As such,… Read More


HELOC, Refinance or Second Mortgage?

HELOC, Refinance or Second Mortgage?

The equity you have built in your home can be used in a number of ways. Whether you are planning to pay off your high interest debt, or looking to do substantial upgrades to your home it is natural to look to your biggest asset as a way to fund… Read More


Signs You're Living Beyond Your Means

Signs You're Living Beyond Your Means

Due to a tumultuous global economy and plodding recovery, more and more families are finding themselves living paycheck to paycheck. The security and peace of mind that came from being a member of the working class is becoming more and more difficult to obtain. Families are living with the reality… Read More


10 Financial Mistakes Young People Make

10 Financial Mistakes Young People Make

Young people often enter adulthood without getting very much helpful financial advice. There are a lot of pitfalls that can trap a young adult. Avoiding these mistakes can make a huge difference in a young person’s financial security. Investing too much in a house or condo. There’s a great temptation,… Read More


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