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How a GIC can help you save

When it comes to investments, diversification is key and the saying “don’t have all your eggs in one basket” is as true today as when it was first coined. Savvy investors understand the need for diversification and they make sure to have their money in a range of products and holdings. When it comes to...read more

TFSAs and your retirement

When Canadians turn their thoughts to retirement savings, it is the Registered Retirement Savings Plan (RRSP) that typically first comes to mind. This is understandable as the RRSP program dates way back to 1957 and remains a popular way for Canadians to build their retirement savings. One of the primary features of an RRSP is...read more

Tax Free Savings Account: The basics

The Tax-Free Savings Account (TFSA) turned ten this year and since 2009 everyone in Canada over the age of 18 and who has a valid social insurance number (SIN), is eligible to open a TFSA. However, despite being around now for a full decade, many Canadians still don’t understand how a TFSA works and how...read more

Money tips for returning to work after maternity leave

Going back to work after maternity leave can be a big adjustment. After all, you’ve probably spent every day of the last year with your precious new baby. With all the emotions that come with going back to your job, there’s a financial aspect to consider as well. You’ll be earning a full paycheck again,...read more

Pre-baby financial planning

You just found out you’re having a baby. Congratulations! This can be an exciting time as you prepare for the new bundle of joy to enter your life. This is also the best time to take a good look at your personal finances and make adjustments now for what is inevitably going to be an...read more

Women should save as if single (even if they’re not!)

When it comes to household finances, many women rely on their partners to take care of their future financial needs. But a new book wants to change women’s attitudes when it comes to saving for the future. Called “Bank on Yourself: Why Every Woman Should Plan Financially to be Single, Even If She Is Not”,...read more

The “Pink Tax” can cost women thousands each year

If you haven’t heard of the “Pink Tax” before, it refers to the well-documented phenomenon that women often pay more than men for similar items. This can be anything from clothing and personal care products, to haircuts and office supplies. A 2011 study by the University of Florida found that women typically end up paying...read more

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