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The Financial Catch in Living Common Law

Common law relationships have become more popular in recent years, especially as Canadians leave previous marriages and don’t feel comfortable committing to a new...

Sweet Hereafter – Who Will Care for Your Pet?

For many Canadians, a dog, cat or rabbit is not just a pet – it’s your companion and a beloved family member. So naturally,...

Boring (Investing) is the New Sexy

Oh 2020, what hath thou wrought? As January opened, a British prince shockingly informed his family he was leaving them via Insta. At the...

How COVID-19 Changed My Financial Values

COVID-19 has caused a lot of suffering, increased the velocity of change, and been stressful for everyone. Spending months in lockdown affects all of...

4 Low Cost Winter Home Improvements

Your home is your sanctuary. Most of us schedule renos in the spring, summer or fall, but you don’t have to put your home...

Freshman Finance 101

When it comes to paying for post-secondary, the strategies young Canadians and their families use are varied — from parents footing the bill, to...

Ageism at Work is Getting Old

Last fall, ads for a new “aging cream” began popping up in bus shelters around Toronto. At first glance, they appeared to be run-of-the-mill skincare...

It’s Okay to Just Work for the Money

When we think about work, most of us hope to be doing something fulfilling. A job that gives us purpose and makes us want...

Customer First: Secrets of Successful Canadian Entrepreneurs

In a highly competitive digital marketplace, how can a business get noticed and succeed? Social media builds connections In 2020, customers are more focused on what...