Your Rights And Your Risks When You Sign for a Loan

Your Rights And Your Risks When You Sign for a Loan

It is natural to want to help a loved one who is trying to get ahead in life and in need of a loan. As such, when they come to you with pen in hand, as it were, and a request to cosign on a loan for them, your thoughts… Read More


Need a business loan? Where can you go?

Need a business loan? Where can you go?

If you need a business loan in Canada, you may find many road blocks along your way. Banks have become more strict in their practices, government institutions have limited funding options, and other methods just don’t seem to work without sacrificing too much on your part. Here are some problems… Read More


How to Cope with You and Your Friends Having Differences in Income?

How to Cope with You and Your Friends Having Differences in Income?

Money and finances have always been an uncomfortable subject to talk about. Nobody likes to bring it up, and nobody likes discussing it. However, it’s constantly the center and focus of our everyday lives. We spend the majority of the day working to earn a living, pay our bills, and… Read More


18 Ways to Save During the Holidays

18 Ways to Save During the Holidays

The holidays are upon us and with them comes a full list of gifts, events, and parties to attend, together with holiday dinners to plan, and much more. All this is normally translated into huge expenses that can put a big dent in our finances. You may have wondered more… Read More


5 Budget Cuts You Should Never Make

5 Budget Cuts You Should Never Make

With the economy the last few years, many individuals all over Canada have had to make some sort of sacrifices. When times get tough, it is wise to start looking at your own expenses and determining what should be cut. However, no matter what type of economic situation you may… Read More


Why personal finance should be taught in high school

Why personal finance should be taught in high school

When you stop to think about it, why was algebra a required subject in high school, but learning how to manage personal finances wasn’t even on the school’s radar screen? Without a doubt, algebra teaches basic logic, but so does creating a budget and learning how to stick to it. Read More


Making Money with Real Estate

Making Money with Real Estate

In spite of what is happening with our neighbors in the south, the Canadian real estate market is experiencing a boom. Housing prices have risen 21% from last August in Toronto, and in some places that number is over 50%. However, regardless of what the market is currently doing, real… Read More


Tax-Free Savings Accounts: What You Need to Know

Tax-Free Savings Accounts: What You Need to Know

Canadians are very accustomed to being taxed on everything. Once in a while though, the government will be nice and introduce a way to provide tax breaks. Essentially a Tax-Free Savings Account (TFSA) provides citizens with a maximum of $5000 of non-taxable cash to save and invest. The great thing… Read More


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