I believe that, just like people, our money needs a purpose. Sometimes it’s obvious what that purpose is: saving, covering the cost of housing, food, bills etc. but often, once those recurring payments are taken care of, the remaining dollars tend to magically vaporize from our bank account and drift off to find their […]
Just moments after being sworn in as our new Prime Minister, Justin Trudeau and his cabinet announced that Parliament will reconvene on December 3 and immediately turn their attention to taxes. While the priority focus will be on marginal tax rates for the middle class and those making more than $200,000, it’s worth paying […]
It was my worst financial mistake and left me in what seemed like massive debt at 18. Surprise, the problem started with a credit card.
We’re not talking about spare change here. Financial Post’s Garry Marr looks at how taxpayers could get dinged by municipalities’ land transfer tax plans
A teenager with a $1,500 credit limit in 1982 […]
The misery of a Canadian dollar that buys little more than a slap in the face overseas makes backyard camping seem like a good idea. But while melting your MasterCard on hotel rooms in the United States is easy, there are ways to trip southward without incurring bankruptcy – so long as you target […]
Both generations are struggling with their next big step — one into retirement, the other into the workforce. The parallels are remarkable.
The Canadians who make up the two largest, most influential demographic groups in the country are vulnerable to challenging identity issues, partly as a result of the weak global economy. That is the key […]
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