How to Tell If You’re the Victim of Identity Theft

How to Tell If You’re the Victim of Identity Theft

Identity theft is a serious, active issue in Canada. It can lead to months, if not years, of both financial and legal struggle, countless court dates, and potentially severe financial loss. Identity theft occurs when your personal information is stolen by someone with criminal intent. These criminals typically look for… Read More


Infographic: How Much Does The Average Canadian Spend on Groceries?

Infographic: How Much Does The Average Canadian Spend on Groceries?

Food is one of the largest weekly expenses for the majority of Canadians; it’s a necessary cost and therefore can often make or break a budget. Seasons, stores and even the weather can all dictate how much we spend on our food. While most financial experts suggest that we spend no… Read More


Affordable Housing Crisis in Canada

Affordable Housing Crisis in Canada

There is currently a vicious crisis concerning affordable housing in Canada. While experts say we shouldn’t spend more than 30% of our income on housing, there are thousands of struggling Canadians spending more than half their income on rent. What makes this issue even worse is that its effect doesn’t… Read More


The Best Canadian Aeroplan Credit Cards

The Best Canadian Aeroplan Credit Cards

Aeroplan credit cards are credit cards that give airline rewards points to Canadians when used. Currently, there are several Aeroplan credit cards competing for your business and offering tempting sign-up bonuses in order to gain your attention. By applying for any of the following credit cards, you can take advantage… Read More


Interest Rates 101

Interest Rates 101

Interest rates have an important role in our financial market; they indicate the cost of lending. In other words, interest rates provide incentive for lenders to provide us with the loans we need and want. The higher the interest rates are, the more profitable it is for lenders to provide… Read More


How to Rebound From a Financial Disaster

How to Rebound From a Financial Disaster

At some point in most people’s lives, they experience some form of financial disaster. The circumstances that could bring on these losses can vary from losing your job, to having failing stocks or to a medical emergency. Even those who are very responsible and well-prepared with their money can encounter… Read More


How to Avoid NSF and Overdraft Fees

How to Avoid NSF and Overdraft Fees

As most of us know or have heard, money is no longer a fixed amount of liquidity that is bound to the limits of deposits. This digitalized era has also allowed the possibility to spend over our limits or over the amount of money we have in our accounts. As… Read More


How to Live off of One Income so You Can Stay Home with Your Children

How to Live off of One Income so You Can Stay Home with Your Children

If you’re sick of waking up at 5:30AM to get your kids to daycare or pre-school before you go to work then this article is made for you. In many relationships, one spouse wishes they could stay home and watch their kids grow up. Even without a six figure income,… Read More


When Can I Have Financial Freedom? And Other Financial Questions to Ask Yourself

When Can I Have Financial Freedom? And Other Financial Questions to Ask Yourself

Debt, income, credit cards, savings, emergency fund and retirement, these are the ultimate personal finance issues, the ones we all have no matter who we are or how much money we make. So let’s get down to the bottom of these issues and concerns by asking ourselves some serious questions. Read More


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