Is it really worth taking out debt for home renos? Lured by reality TV and low interest rates, Canadians are taking on more reno projects than ever.
Thinking of opening a joint chequing account? Here’s what you need to apply, along with the pros and cons of opening one with your partner, parent or spouse.
Could you pay your mortgage after a job loss? A recent survey found 4 in 10 Canadians won’t be able to. Here’s how to protect your ability to pay in a worst-case scenario.
Did you know: the second-hand economy is a $30-billion business in Canada? Buying and selling gently used goods can save you a bundle. Here are our top tips.
Generation Z, the kids of Gen Xers, are quickly approaching the age of money management – and, having grown up in a recession, they face unique challenges. Here are a few ways Zs can kickstart their savings and safeguard their financial futures.
A new partnership between OSAP and HigherEdPoints means Ontario students can now use Aeroplan points to pay off student debt. Sounds like a great idea – but will it really help counter student debt levels?
Phantom real estate bids are a common pressure tactic used in hot markets – but the Real Estate Council of Ontario is taking measures to fight the practice as of July 1. Here’s what you need to know.
The Conservative government is thinking of offering voluntary CPP expansion as a way to help Canadians save for retirement. Is this the answer to Canada’s savings shortfall? Read on to learn more.
The Bank of Canada inflation target is an important way to measure our economy’s health – but there’s recent talk of changing the target altogether. Does this spell bad news for the economy? Read on to find out.
What are the risky housing markets in Canada? Is yours one of them? The CMHC has identified the top risky regions in a recent report. Read on for our breakdown.