Missing Out on the Market: New Report Finds Millennials Simply Aren’t Investing
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Missing Out on the Market: New Report Finds Millennials Simply Aren’t Investing

According to a recent OSC report, saving up for a home and paying down debt seem to take priority by far over investing for millennials.
While 80 per cent have savings accounts, only half are investing, and 42 per cent have less than $25,000 in the markets due to… Continue reading »

Study Examines Cost of University in Canada: $19,500/year
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Study Examines Cost of University in Canada: $19,500/year

A recent Macleans study found that students who move away for school spend almost $20,000 per year, with the most expensive university averaging $23,485, and the cheapest coming in at $4,284 per year due to… Continue reading »

6 Ways to Manage Money When You’re Self-Employed
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6 Ways to Manage Money When You’re Self-Employed

Clients often pay invoices late, it can be difficult to keep track of the taxes you owe, and just paying your bills on time can become complex since you’re not paid on a regular basis. Here are 6 ways to tame your finances and budget when self-employed… Continue reading »

Reasons Why a Rate Hike is on the Horizon
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Reasons Why a Rate Hike is on the Horizon

There’s speculation the Bank of Canada may raise its key interest rate at its next scheduled announcement on July 12, due to comments Bank of Canada Governor Stephen Poloz recently made to the media about the conditions needed for higher rates… Continue reading »

How to Refinance Your Debt When You Have Bad Credit
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How to Refinance Your Debt When You Have Bad Credit

If you’re in debt, refinancing at a lower interest rate will help you repay it faster. But those in debt face a catch-22: They have so much debt, so their credit score likely isn’t very high – making it difficult to qualify for refinancing. Here are some tips on how to improve your credit quickly in order to refinance. Continue reading »