The latest Manulife Investor Confidence Index finds Canadians are still wary about their investing options, and haven’t yet recovered from the 2008 economic crisis.
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Are you prone to overspending on holiday gifts? You’re not alone – a recent study finds one in four Canadians report feeling “helpless” to prevent overspending when hitting the mall for gifts.
Consumers desperate to reduce their debt can be a vulnerable group, targeted by some debt settlement companies, and entrapped in a snare of fees. Now, a new act in Ontario has been put in place to protect consumer rights.
The latest RBC housing market report finds urban home prices continue to be out of reach for many buyers, particularly single detached homes.
If you could have a financial do-over, what would you fix? A recent Edward Jones poll finds 47% of Canadian seniors surveyed wish they had saved more for long term goals throughout their lives.
Would leaving the plastic at home once a week make you a more responsible spender? That’s the idea behind Credit Free Fridays, an initiative by finance guru and TV host Gail Vaz-Oxlade and CFIB.
Daylight savings time isn’t just about an extra hour or sleep – it’s also when many turn the heat on for the season, increasing risk of fire.
Could your sick day cost you money? A recent report finds only 34% of younger Canadian workers have allotted sick day coverage, or disability leave coverage. Here’s how to be proactive and protect yourself from financial loss in case of illness.
Teenage auto insurance rates are priced higher as immaturity and inexperience make them a high risk group. Here’s how to lower your teen driving premiums.
It’s never easy to leave a place you’ve fondly called home, but if you’re experiencing feelings of deep regret, anxiety or loss over your home sale, you could be suffering from seller’s remorse. Read on to learn more about this phenomenon, and how to tell if you’re truly ready to put your home on the market.