Our Fast Track To Financial Freedom

I spent most of my twenties paying off student loans and credit card debt.  When I reached my thirties, my financial priorities shifted from paying down debt to saving for the future, with an eye towards financial freedom. We want to find the right balance between...

Turning 50: Some Things To Consider

When you get to your 50’s you’re probably in your peak earning years and you may have significantly lower living expenses.  The expensive years of home purchase and parenthood are likely behind you and you’re in better financial shape.  Think about how much of...

Pros And Cons Of Waiting To Buy A Home

Home ownership is considered a rite of passage for most adults.  Whether it’s a house or condo, people of all ages and stages in life want to own their own home.  Currently, 2 out of every 3 Canadian households own the home they live in. The challenge for many...

How To Manage Your Cash Flow

The start of a good financial plan is creating a family budget.  When you review your income, chart your expenses and monitor your spending, you get a good idea of where your money is going. Whether you have an envelope cash system or use a spreadsheet format (or any...

10 Fees That Are Worth The Money

Some fees just can’t be avoided, but that doesn’t mean every fee is designed to rip you off.  You can feel good about paying fees when they provide enough benefit to justify the cost. Whether it saves you time, gives you peace of mind, or actually saves you money in...

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