Home insurance increases 2014: Brutal flooding and ice storms prompt insurers to hike their premiums this year. Here’s what consumers need to know.
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Looking to buy a second property, cottage, or co-sign for another buyer? Under the latest round of CMHC changes, you can’t if you already have an existing high-ratio mortgage. Here’s how these new rules could affect you.
A new report from the International Monetary Fund finds Canada is in for an economic growth spurt – but warns the central bank from getting carried away with interest rates. Here’s what consumers can expect.
Bank of Canada Governor Stephen Poloz made a speech Tuesday, underlying his stance on economic growth this year. The biggest risk: baby boomers, who will be retiring en masse, with a penchant for saving rather than spending. Here’s what Canadian consumers can expect.
Missed RRSP deadline? Not to fear – you still have options for your retirement savings. Here’s how to get your contribution up to snuff for this tax year, and the next.
Are you paying more for interest and loans due to poor credit? Read on to learn more about how poor credit affects your rates, and how to improve yours.
The Fragile 5 – Brazil, India, Indonesia, Turkey and South Africa – were once booming developing economies and helped contribute to global recession recovery. Now, in the wake of the U.S. taper, they’re seeing their currencies plummet and their stocks dropped by investors. Here’s what Canadian investors should know.
No one ever wants to think of losing their parents – much less plan around the concept. But taking a life insurance policy out on aging parents – with their consent, of course – can be an effective way to create tax-free retirement funds and help older parents leave a legacy.
Hoping to get a big tax refund this spring? Reducing tax deductions at the source will keep your cash in your pocket from the start.
Many Canadians are eligible for various government benefits, but don’t realize it. Are you missing out on free money?