My Four Biggest Investing Mistakes

I was 19 years old when I first started investing. I diligently set aside money every paycheque, starting with $50 every two weeks and eventually increasing that to $200 per month, to save for retirement inside my RRSP. Sounds like I was off to a great start,...

Tell Us Your Frugal Dating Stories

It can get expensive when you’re dating. Going out to a fancy restaurant, movie and overpriced bars for drinks afterwards can really do a number on your finances if you do it often. Do you: Really need to maintain an image of having plenty of money? Always dress to...

My TFSA Dilemma and Solution

I embraced the tax free savings account with open arms when it was first introduced back in 2009. I made the maximum $5,000 contribution in 2009 and again in 2010. My TFSA game was strong, indeed, as I invested those funds in Canadian dividend paying stocks and...

Teaching Young Kids About Money

The most influential teacher your young child will ever have is you – their parent, especially Mom. Your children are considerably affected by how you use money on a day-to-day basis. Kids are watching and listening to you all the time, and they learn a lot through...

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