Rather than queuing up to wait for a table in an over-crowded restaurant or paying a for flowers that will die within days, why not treat your mom to something a little more personal (and easier on the wallet) this Mother’s Day? Here’s how to master Mother’s Day without spending a dime.
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Over the next month, you’ll likely see a lot of ads and articles reminding you to invest in an RRSP. This is because the deadline for investing in a new RRSP and qualifying for a rebate on your 2016 tax return is March 1st, 2017.
In an effort to find new revenue streams, the City of Toronto is looking at raising the rate of its Municipal Land Transfer Tax (MLTT) on home sales. The proposed hike would add an additional $750 in closing costs to the average home, and would add an estimated $100 million…
Online retailers are getting ready for one of the biggest days of the year – Cyber Monday – just two weeks from today. Here are some ways to shop safely and avoid scams.
Applying for a mortgage? Already own a home? The federal Liberals have announced mortgage changes that will have an impact on homebuyers and homeowners. Read on to find out what these are and how they will affect you.
It’s less than three months until we begin a brand new year. So what will Canada’s housing markets look like in 2017? We go over the biggest factors at play as well as what we can expect in the home design department.
It’s almost time for the kids to head back to class but summer isn’t over just yet. If you’re thinking of a last-minute getaway, check out these top 4 ways to enjoy some time away from home without digging deep into your wallet!
Fixed rate mortgages are pretty straightforward, but a variable rate mortgage depends on the Bank of Canada’s overnight lending rate. So what happens if that rate should change? Read on to find out!
With Canada’s hottest housing markets showing no sign of cooling in the near future, co-op housing may be seen as a practical alternative. Read on to find out whether it’s a good option for you.
With the Canadian dollar currently hovering around 77 cents US, American buyers are flocking north to get a good deal on a cottage. But is it only our low loonie that’s drawing attention to our pristine lakes and cozy cabins?