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Efforts to reduce the CMHC and taxpayers’ exposure to the risky mortgage market has paid off – the Crown corporation has reported it now covers only 50% of new residential mortgages. What does this mean for new borrowers?
Money memories, or past “scripts” can cause powerful emotions that control how we spend, save and take on debt. Here’s what you should know about these feelings – and how to look beyond them to make better financial decisions.
Have an investment with a maturity date like a GIC? Be aware of automatic GIC renewals – you may find your money locked in for longer than you expect.
Are you in a spender-saver relationship? A new study finds money opposites are often attracted to one another – which isn’t always harmonious for their bank accounts. Here’s how you can avoid romantic money misunderstandings down the road.
Canadian-owned U.S. properties can be a great investment, as the American market experiences an uptick. But, there are tax rules you should know about – especially if you rent your unit or plan to see. Gordon Powers breaks it down.
From house hunting to post-purchase paperwork, home buyers can expect to encounter a small army of pros during the home buying process. They’re all there to help – but it’s important to know where their motives lie – and who is paying who. Here, we break down what you need to know about home buying pros.
Is an insured annuity a good fit for your guaranteed income plan in retirement? While providing greater returns than a GIC, there are pros and cons to be aware of.