Buying a home is expensive, but there are also a number of closing costs. Learn about the hidden and unexpected costs when you buy a house or condo.
The federal government has announced aid measures for students across Canada. Here are the additional financial assistance programs available in each province and territory.
Here are the tax rules that will be changing in 2020 and what it could mean for Canadians.
The Canada Emergency Response Benefit (CERB) is taxable. Here is how much you should expect to pay the next tax season.
Parts of Canada are saving more despite the decrease in average household net worth.
Regardless of which side of the political fence you sit on, Donald J. Trump will be sworn in tomorrow morning as the 45th President of the United States of America. And the fact of the matter is that his inauguration will be a historical moment for all – even us Canadians, as many worry that Trump’s attitude could hurt our economy.
No surprise this time around: The Bank of Canada is leaving the overnight lending rate at 0.5 per cent – where it has been since July of 2015. Read on to find out how this will impact fixed and variable rate mortgages.
Welcome to life post-grad – and the Canadian job market. The time has come to put those hard-earned smarts to work – and start to receive a pay cheque. But what chance do new job seekers have given the current state of the global and national economy – and the seeming scarcity of entry-level positions? The trick is knowing where to look. Some Canadian sectors are seeing a resurgence – and in some provinces, the more, the merrier.
Kicking off our Regional Real Estate series, we check in with Calgary, Canada’s fourth largest city. Boasting a strong economy fueled by the oil and gas sector and a solid employment rate, it’s safe to say Calgarians are looking to buy, buy, buy. With the city implementing a less-sprawl strategy, and renewed focus on entry-level offerings, things are looking rosy in the wild west.