Cutting Your Grocery Bill

Cutting Your Grocery Bill

Let’s face it. Food prices are increasing every year, and this has become a significant expense for most households. I’m sure that my husband and I spend at least as much now as a couple as we did when we had teenage sons regularly clearing out the fridge. According...
TFSA Interest Rate Comparison

TFSA Interest Rate Comparison

A Tax Free Savings Account is an excellent savings vehicle. You can now qualify for up to $57,500 in contribution room (2018), making it more worthwhile to consider using it for a long-term investment strategy. Financial institutions still promote TFSAs as strictly...
Taking Advantage Of Member Benefits And Discounts

Taking Advantage Of Member Benefits And Discounts

My mom phoned me in a big panic the other day because she lost her eyeglasses. After ransacking her apartment and questioning her with the same thoroughness of a homicide cop interrogating a suspect, we ended up going to her optometrist (with IRIS) for replacements....
How To Be Energy Efficient This Winter

How To Be Energy Efficient This Winter

According to Environment Canada, our coldest months are generally December, January and February, in various orders. Likely one of the biggest home expenses is heating your home in the winter. Now is the time of year to be thinking about your heating and energy costs....

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