Tagged: Financial Planning

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What happens when rates rise for Canadians with Mortgage Debt?

New numbers from Equifax this week confirmed what housing market watchers have known for a while now: Canadians are addicted to mortgage debt. Canadians took out 410,000 home loans in the second quarter. That’s the biggest...

Money

6 Tips For Managing Your Money Better

Managing your money wisely is essential for a balanced, happy life. Financial stress resulting from poor money management skills can affect our capacity to make good decisions, harm our relationships, affect physical and mental...

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Tips For Saving Money This Tax Season in Canada

Looking for tips to save money this tax season? Want to make sure you haven’t missed out on a tax credit? The Canada Revenue Agency has come out with some tips ahead of the...

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Why would I get a home equity loan?

With a home equity loan – the ‘equity’ in your home refers to the amount you have left to repay on a mortgage subtracted from the current market value of your home. For some...

How to get your finances back on track

How to get your finances back on track Have your New Year’s money resolutions slipped already? With January firmly behind us, many of us may be wavering on the New Year’s resolutions we made with...

Rule of 72

The Rule of 72

The Rule of 72   The last time you reviewed your retirement account did you happen to notice your rate of return? Your online brokerage account will usually specify this in three different ways:...

You Deserve More Money!

  You deserve more money. Everyone does. We work too hard to only get paid what we currently get paid. It’s not a scam. It’s simply using the assets you have to leverage a...

Do You Pay Yourself?

Do you pay yourself? – The typical scenario is that you get your paycheck. After you recover from the shock at how little is left after taxes, you proceed to divvy it up among...