Personal Finance

Take 6: Top Rules for Financial Independence

It’s likely that everyone putting money away for the future shares the hope that the funds will grow, stay safe, and be there when...

5 Top Canadian Money Saving Apps

Ancient thinking, according to the art of palmistry, signals your potential for wealth in the myriad etchings found in the palm of your hand:...

What You Need to Know Before Hiring a Financial Planner?

Everyone needs to pay attention to their finances—read your credit card statements, know what’s in your RRSP, etc. Yet, there’s comes a time in...

Want Financial Comfort? Work with a Planner

If you’re like me, you like to travel. Last summer I took a road trip. Can I just say, “I love GPS!” I can’t...

Are You Too Young (or Too Old) to Get a Financial...

Life is complicated. Many of us struggle when it comes to understanding financial matters. Figuring out how best to achieve goals and overcome challenges is...

Extreme Finance is Extremely Foolish

The boasting on social media about “extreme finance” is getting out of hand. Extreme measures include paying down a $200,000 mortgage in 5 years...

Market Cycles and Financial Planning

After a long period of low interest rates and rising asset prices (housing and equities), you may feel that having a financial plan is...

“Hey Movember, Meet No Spender”

Through their annual “Grow a Moustache” campaign, Movember has raised awareness of men’s health issues. Paying homage to it, I created a campaign I...

Minimalism Works for Closets and for Finances Too

Minimalism is everywhere– and whether you’ve used the ‘KonMari’ method to clean out your closet or made room in your busy schedule for more...