7 Ways to Save Money this Winter

7 Ways to Save Money this Winter

November may have just started, but if you live in Canada (like we do), then you’re probably already thinking about, worrying about, and possibly even preparing for winter. For those of you who are lucky enough to live in mild climates and don’t quite understand what the big deal is,… Read More


The Dark Side of Money: Financially Motivated Murders

The Dark Side of Money: Financially Motivated Murders

Million dollar insurance policies, stolen identities, millionaires, and serial murders, in honour of the creepiest of days, let’s take a look at the darker side of money. Here are some of Canada’s grimmest financially motivated murders. Peter Demeter, Mississauga’s Most Notorious Murderer On December 6th, 1974, Peter Demeter was convicted… Read More


FCAC Releases Consumer Report on Payday Loans | October 2016

FCAC Releases Consumer Report on Payday Loans | October 2016

The following information, statistics, and quotes are all accredited to the Financial Consumer Agency of Canada’s report, Payday Loans: Market Trends. Tuesday, October 25, 2016, the Financial Consumer Agency of Canada released a report detailing its finding on the state of payday lending and borrowing in Canada. In their report,… Read More


5 Financial Fixes to Make Before the New Year

5 Financial Fixes to Make Before the New Year

As we enter the final days of October, it’s becoming more and more apparent that the end of 2016 is on its way (something that a lot of us are probably trying to ignore). With holiday shopping heading your way, your financial health should be your number one priority. What… Read More


6 Financial Achievements Everyone Should be Thankful for this Thanksgiving

6 Financial Achievements Everyone Should be Thankful for this Thanksgiving

Sometimes financial achievements take so long to accomplish or they seem so boring that we forget just how important they are and how much they can positively affect our lives. This is why we think it’s so important to stop for a moment, and think about all the great financial… Read More


Infographic: Commuting to Work in Canada

Infographic: Commuting to Work in Canada

Getting to work, no matter where you live, and no matter how you get there, can often seem like an endless chore. But the thing is, commuting is one of those daily activities that has to be done. So no matter how costly, stressful, or time-consuming it may be, the majority of Canadians still… Read More


Your Guide to Automatic Savings and Automatic Payments

Your Guide to Automatic Savings and Automatic Payments

Whether you’re on vacation, constantly working, or just busy with life, it is so easy to miss a payment. It may not be a big deal at first, but after the fifth or sixth late fee, you may get fed up. Automatic payments can help manage your finances and avoid… Read More


The Essential Guide for Saving

The Essential Guide for Saving

Saving is easier said than done. Who really enjoys being on a budget? Similar for all individuals, consistently saving money on a regular basis is challenging. But, there are some tips and guidelines that can help you save more without feeling so restricted with your budget. The following information will… Read More


Pros and Cons of Joint Bank Accounts

Pros and Cons of Joint Bank Accounts

A joint bank account is a bank account that is shared by two or more individuals. All users of the account have the same amount of power and authority, thus can withdraw or deposit money whenever need be. The purpose of this account is to have equally shared… Read More


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