Rising back-to-school costs are stretching many household budgets this year as Stats Canada reports the Consumer Price Index has reached 1.3%. Check out these tips for saving, even when things cost more.
Planning to hit those boxing day sales? Whether you’re looking to score a new big screen tv, household items, or even next year’s holiday gifts, don’t leave home without a solid shopping strategy.
If you’re looking for quick and easy gift solutions, think outside the box. Gift cards are the quintessential go-to for convenient gift giving, and deal vouchers are gaining popularity as presents. But do you know where your money is really going? Read on for our guide to financially smart gift card giving!
A study from the University of Guelph shows meat costs will rise in 2013. What can you do as a consumer to save on your grocery bill? Read on for ways to stock up, and shop with a savings strategy.
One for you… one for me! A CIBC poll finds that half of Canadian shoppers can’t help but buy themselves a little something extra while holiday shopping – but those impulse buys are averaging to $130 a person!
Let’s face it – we’ve all gone digital. Our lives are filled with tech toys and trinkets, from iPods to flat screen televisions. But technology isn’t cheap – and getting ahold of the latest electronics comes with a price tag that can often break the bank.