Canada’s Plan For Your Cash

Canada's Plan For Your Cash

Canada’s newest government has had a busy week – and that means changes are in store for your bottom line. Some – like the tax cuts designed to pad middle-class pockets – are well received. Others – such as slashing contribution room on TFSAs – are not so popular.

Read on to see how the Liberal’s economic road map may affect your finances.

Liberal Throne Speech: What Canadians Can Expect

Newly-elected Prime Minister Justin Trudeau has made his first throne speech in office and outlined the next economic steps for the Liberal government. Middle-class tax cuts, scrapping income splitting and expanding CPP were all topics of conversation.
Read Sean’s Blog | Liberal Throne Speech: What Canadians Can Expect

TFSAs Cut Back to $5,500 in 2016

Some not-so-great news for Canadians savers: the Liberal government has made good on its promise to roll back the annual contribution limit for TFSAs to $5,500 from the $10,000 implemented by the Conservatives earlier this year. What will this mean for your savings? Who will be most impacted by the change?
Read Penelope’s Blog | TFSAs Cut Back to $5,500 in 2016

Liberals Pass the Middle-Class Tax Cut

The new Liberal government has officially passed the middle-class tax cut, along with a few other tax changes. How will you be affected? Read on for our breakdown.

Read Sean’s Blog | Liberals Pass the Middle-Class Tax Cut

Lifestyle: The Best Things to Buy in December

What are the best things to buy in December? Check out our spending guide for the best seasonal deals.

Read Amanda’s Blog | The Best Things to Buy in December

Personal Finance: Can You Afford to Drive for Uber?

Would you drive for Uber? The ride sharing app is sweeping the nation – and appears to offer a great way to make some side cash. But, there are financial pitfalls drivers should be aware of.

Read Gordon’s Blog | Can You Afford to Drive for Uber?

Lifestyle: 7 Ways to Earn Extra Cash for the Holidays

Want to get through the holiday season debt-free? Budgeting is a great start, but earning extra cash is even more effective. Check out these 7 tips for making extra dough this season.
Read Amanda’s Blog | 7 Ways to Earn Extra Cash for the Holidays

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