5 simple tips to teach your kids that will help them avoid financial mistakes in their future. When you first became a parent, probably one of the last things on your mind was training your child to be financially wise. You had diapers to change, clothes to wash, and illnesses to battle. You had
When you think of investing do you think of mutual funds, bonds, and the stock market? Most people do, but did you know that real estate provides better returns on your money than the stock market, and with less volatility? In fact, history supports the fact that real estate is a strong and stable investment.
It’s true that most couples will disagree or argue over various things, but there’s one topic that tops the list when it comes to causing a lot of damage to a relationship: Money. It’s one of the leading causes of divorce among married couples, and a topic many couples avoid discussing altogether. Naturally, the more
You may have heard an unfamiliar buzzword when you began looking into early retirement. FIRE, which stands for Financial Independence, Retire Early, is a term that originated with the 1992 best-selling book Your Money or Your Life by Vicki Robin and Joe Dominguez. FIRE is a lifestyle movement that has become popular among many
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TFSAs and RRSPs are both financial products that offer tax advantages to help you reach your savings goals. They are similar in some ways, but there are some key differences as well. There is some debate about these two saving vehicles, and some confusion about which is the better choice. Some say a Tax Free
Do you dream of early retirement? You may have other passions you want to explore, or maybe you’re concerned about health issues or dream of traveling while you’re young enough to enjoy it. Whatever the reason, you might be wondering if it’s possible. It is, if you take the right steps. What are some
Have you ever been in a conversation about a purchase with your partner, and instead of making a decision you ended up in an argument? One of you thought it was too expensive, the other said it was a bargain. The next thing you know you’re both pointing fingers at each other as to who’s
“The effects of compounding even moderate returns over many years are compelling, if not downright mind boggling" -Seth Klarman, American billionaire investor, hedge fund manager, and author If you have little to no money in your savings account, you’re not alone. Most people are not prepared for an emergency, much less retirement.
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