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Money rules I live by

Growing up, I was fortunate that my parents taught me some of the basics when it comes to finances. It’s not like they had a ton of money or worked in the financial services industry. They were immigrants who understood the value of a dollar and passed those values down to me. The truth is,...read more

6 ways to start saving on your monthly bills

Creating a monthly budget is one of the best things you can do to help you successfully save for a goal. A budget not only tracks your spending each month, it also makes it easier to review each individual expenditure. When reviewing your monthly budget, be sure to take a close look at those recurring...read more

Celebrating Financial Literacy Month

November is Financial Literacy Month, and we’re doing our part to help spread the word. This initiative was started by the federal government in 2012, and is led by the Financial Consumer Agency of Canada (FCAC). Improving your financial literacy is an important step in taking command of your affairs, and we’re joining with other...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

All about EVs: Making the transition to electric vehicles

The government of Canada has committed to reducing total Green House Gas (GHG) emissions by 40% below 2005 levels. The timeline to accomplish this is 2030, which may seem like it’s a long way off, but it’s barely a decade away! By 2050, the goal is even more aggressive, with long-term emissions to be reduced...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

How my wife and I saved a $200,000 down payment

A couple of years back, my wife and I became first-time homebuyers. This itself isn’t anything special since many Canadians own their homes, but what people are shocked to hear is that we had a down payment of $200,000. Most people assume that we had help from our parents (which we did), but the majority...read more

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