Why more women should be planning their own financial future
A study from Swiss bank UBS shows that many women still leave long-term financial planning to their partner. In this Oaken Blog feature, personal finance expert Rubina Ahmed-Haq discussed why women need to do more to plan for their future. Read more here.
Talking money with your Gen Z kids
Look out Millennials – here comes Generation Z! Our recent Oaken Blog post had tips on how to talk money with your Gen Z children. Read more here.
The “Pink Tax” can cost women thousands each year
The practise of charging women more than men for similar products is known as a “Pink Tax”. Rubina Ahmed-Haq provided an update on efforts to put an end to this convention. Read more here.
Patricia and Ian on saving strategies and retirement
In this Saversodes video, Patrician and Ian explained how after years of struggling to save, they were able to get their savings on track, and are now enjoying their retirement. Read more here.
Summer, we hardly knew you! Fall into fall with these short, crisp reads that are a great prelude to the short, crisp days…
- Plant-based meat has been all the rage in the past few months, and plant-based fish is on its way, but according to CTV News lab-produced coffee could be the next trend after that.
- The Globe and Mail has a shortlist of things you should always pack when travelling, regardless of where you’re going.
- Strange but true: the Huffington Post uncovers a bank in Denmark that actually pays you for taking out a mortgage, by offering negative interest rates.
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