Category Archive: Finance

What you Need to Know About the Latest Mortgage Rule Changes

What you Need to Know About the Latest Mortgage Rule Changes

If you’ve tuned into the news today, you’ve probably heard that there are new mortgage rules coming into effect on January 1st. 2018. Over the next week you’ll most likely hear a lot of commentary on whether these rules are good, bad, necessary, or...
How To Save $1 Million For Retirement

How To Save $1 Million For Retirement

Starting to save early for retirement is extremely beneficial in the long run, especially if you have the dream of retiring with $1 million as so many Canadians do. It’s not an easy feat, but for most Canadians, retiring with $1 million is a realistic goal. You most...
The Budgeting Resource Everyone Has (And Nobody Uses)

The Budgeting Resource Everyone Has (And Nobody Uses)

This article was written by Sandi Martin of Spring Personal Finance and was originally published here on Spring The Blog on Oct. 27th 2015. Does This Sound Familiar? You’ve read a book or a blog series or watched a show about budgeting and getting your money under...
I Missed a Credit Card Payment… Now What?

I Missed a Credit Card Payment… Now What?

If you’ve missed a payment on your credit card (or line of credit) and you’re wondering how this will impact your creditworthiness down the road, this article is for you. But before we get started, if you have an overdue balance on any of your credit cards...
Don’t Get Squished: How To Survive The Sandwich Years

Don’t Get Squished: How To Survive The Sandwich Years

This article was written by Randy Cass of Nest Wealth and was originally published on January 15th, 2016. Your 40s and 50s bring a new, different kind of financial challenge. In your 20s and 30s, you probably struggled with the question of how to make enough money....
Saving for a Downpayment? Some Advice Along the Way!

Saving for a Downpayment? Some Advice Along the Way!

If you are looking to purchase a property in the next while, you probably already know that you need at least 5% of the purchase price as a downpayment. Saving a bigger downpayment, let’s say 10%, certainly increases your chances of securing financing. While...

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