In this second edition of our monthly series, Amanda Reaume explains how you can build your credit score back up and change your spending habits after declaring bankruptcy. Read on for her tips.
Lifestyle inflation means the more you earn, the more you spend – and it’s a phenomenon that can put your homeownership, savings and retirement goals at risk. Here are a few tips for avoiding a shift in your spending habits.
Canadian families are finding it increasingly difficult to save for the future in a post-recession economy. As global economic uncertainty continues, and consequences of the U.S. fiscal cliff are on the horizon, Canadians are changing their spending habits, and developing a new approach to saving.
Don’t let bad habits bruise your financial standing. This week on Money Wise, we’re looking at how common bad behaviour can have a lasting effect on your bank account. Whether you’re a bill procrastinator, overspender, or a ticket magnet, we have ways to help you clean up your act – you naughty thing, you.
When does the “shop till you drop” mentality become harmful? If you show the shopaholic warning signs, it may be time to review your spending habits.
This week on Money Wise, we’re all about sharing our favourite shopping tips and tricks. After all, who doesn’t love to score a fantastic deal for less? Heck, some people will even leave the country for their smart shopping fix.
We’ve all been there – cash flow is suddenly limited, and you need to change your spending strategy – fast. Cut some corners with money saving tips that take the pain out of penny pinching.