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Candice Bakx-Friesen

About Candice Bakx-Friesen

Candice is a legacy income strategist and she is passionate about helping people reach their financial dreams. Candice has been a real estate investor since 2001. She is also the founder of Investor Smarts Global Network and Wealth by Design Network For Women, and a coaching partner within the Truly Invested Real Estate Club.

Take Control Of Your Money!

One of the best ways to attack any problem in life is head on. Money is no different. You can't ignore your financial situation or the stress just gets worse. You must decide you have had enough and take action to gain control of your finances and your future. Here are three steps you can

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Affirmation When Saving & Paying Off Debt!

Frugality is a sacrifice I make as I pursue life goals. My mind is constantly focused on my goals. I set targets for myself and make the necessary adjustments in life to ensure I hit them. Being frugal allows me to take action today for a more fulfilling tomorrow. When I go out with friends,

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The Power Of Giving

Household budgets are strained and giving is more difficult than ever. Everyone is working with reduced resources and most of us feel as though we don't have enough to enjoy our own lives. The idea of giving may seem unreasonable. But maybe now, more than ever, is the best time to give. There is a

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Money Saving Ideas For Valentine’s Day

Valentine's Day is an occasion to show others that you care by giving gifts from the heart. Many commercially-available gift ideas can cost a decent amount of money, putting people off from being able to buy the gifts they want for this special occasion. Fortunately, there are a wide variety of ways to save money

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Mortgage Insurance

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Basic Household Budgeting

Budgeting. This is often something that gets put off, but when money gets tight, we all wish that we had done it earlier. Although it is not a fun task, set time aside THIS WEEK to create, or review, your budget. The first step to creating a budget is to figure out where your money is

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Life Insurance

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Cover Today’s Expenses & Know You Will Rock Retirement Too!

While most people detest the word budget, it doesn’t have to be something you hate! Mindset is key to success in anything in life, and finances are no different. Do you want money and debt to just “happen,” or do you want to have control, once and for all? Budgeting is simply mastering your money.

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6 Wise Money Moves For Retirement

Do you see yourself as someone who won’t ever retire? You probably know some people who have already retired, but you can’t imagine that you’d ever stop working.   As retirement age gets closer, do you identify your own thoughts about retirement in these statements?   “I’m never going to retire. I can’t afford it.”

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7 Habits Of Successful Savers

Are you a good saver? Few of us save enough money to maintain a reasonable level of financial security. Many seniors are forced to work well into their golden years. Adopting effective habits can make saving money considerably easier. A few small changes might be all you need to have a financially abundant future.  

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Are you tired of saying "no" when you really want to say yes to the things you truly desire in life?


If you were to retire today, which statement best describes your food budget:

Some form of canned tuna dailyKraft box dinner mealsSteak and lobster, whenever I wantI don't like to even think about this

Are you finally ready to take several vacations (with your family) without worrying about how to pay for it?


Do you find yourself saying "I can't afford to" to yourself, your spouse, or your kids , when you really want to say "heck yes"?