How To Stay On Top Of Your Spending

How To Stay On Top Of Your Spending

Money has changed. Online spending and tap-to-pay have made it possible to spend in just a couple of seconds. Many of us are shifting our purchases to credit and we tend to have multiple cards. Free trials that automatically lead to online subscriptions have made it easy to accidentally purchase… Read More


Transferring Money With Western Union

Transferring Money With Western Union

Western Union is a union organization that allows its members to make money transfers worldwide. Members can send and receive money through Western Union and earn points while they do so. Points can be redeemed later for transfer fee reductions at a later date. Western Union is known for its… Read More


How This Canadian Millennial Saved Over $100,000 Before Age 26

How This Canadian Millennial Saved Over $100,000 Before Age 26

Started from the bottom  I used to be scared of people finding out I grew up poor.  I was embarrassed that I grew up in a 2-bedroom apartment with my family of 6. I was embarrassed that I shared a room with my 3 brothers. And I was even more… Read More


How To Create a Monthly Budget in 2020

How To Create a Monthly Budget in 2020

If you’ve never made yourself an effective budget, don’t worry, you’re not alone. The personal budget is probably one of the most hated financial terms out there; it brings up memories of pouring over bills and statements late at night trying to figure out how you’re going to afford to… Read More


How Exterior Renovations Can Increase Your Home’s Price

How Exterior Renovations Can Increase Your Home’s Price

By: Zoocasa Browsing through hot real estate market listings, such as sold house prices in Toronto, maybe enticing for anyone thinking of selling their home. However, if your home is not in peak condition, it may be worth renovating to get the best offer you can. Read More


How To Start Preparing For Retirement Success in 2020

How To Start Preparing For Retirement Success in 2020

No matter what age you are, if you’re earning an income, it’s best to start preparing now if you want to retire comfortably someday. Since most of us start working at a relatively young age, we don’t always consider the idea of retiring until much later on. As tempting as… Read More


How Much Should Your Strata Fees Be?

How Much Should Your Strata Fees Be?

If you’re in the process of shopping for a home, you may have come across something called strata fees. Strata fees are most commonly applied in housing communities, such as a condo. As you probably noticed, strata fees are not cheap. They are yet another cost you need to consider… Read More


Current Balance vs. Statement Balance: Everything You Need to Know

Current Balance vs. Statement Balance: Everything You Need to Know

If you’re an avid credit card user, you may have noticed that your statement balance often differs from your current balance. This can cause some confusion, especially when it comes time to pay off your credit card’s balance. Part of managing your credit card involves understanding the difference between a… Read More


Bill-134, Higher Minimum Payments and Increased Emphasis on Debt-to-Income Ratios

Bill-134, Higher Minimum Payments and Increased Emphasis on Debt-to-Income Ratios

As a consumer, you deserve the right to know exactly what you’re agreeing to when you sign a contract with a lender or merchant. After all, it’s your hard-earned money that we’re talking about, and when you make a decision to make a large purchase or take out a loan,… Read More


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