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What You Need to Know About a Consumer Proposal

The consumer proposal offers a legal solution for Canadians who are struggling to manage their current debts. When you are unable to settle...

Legally Reduce Your Debt By As Much As 80%

Today people across Canada are falling into debt. Thousands of people have unexpectedly found themselves at the mercy of their creditors. To survive, tough choices...

Consumer Proposals are Transforming Consumer Credit

If you need debt relief and wish to regain your financial freedom, the consumer proposal (CP) may be the answer. The consumer proposal is...

The Uncomfortable Truth About Debt in Canada

This is an advertorial and may contain links to other websites. Uncontrollable debt is a problem faced by a large number of Canadians; many don’t...

Money

Being Grateful, Re-balancing your Portfolio, Recession is Coming

I hope you all had a great Thanksgiving long weekend!  If you take a moment to reflect, there are...

4 financial resolutions to really get a handle on your money in 2020

From eating healthy to exercising, the well-known risk with New Year’s resolutions is that you won’t stick to them. But with financial resolutions, there...

Is It Worth Raiding Your RRSPs for the Home Buyers’ Plan?

For prospective first-time home buyers looking to break into Canada’s housing markets, every bit of help is warranted, especially in the pricey Greater Toronto...

Dow Jones sinks nearly 1,200 points amid coronavirus worries

The Dow Jones Industrial Average sank nearly 1,200 points Thursday, deepening a weeklong global market rout caused by worries that the coronavirus outbreak will...

General News

Oil price falls below $20 US a barrel, its lowest since 2002

The benchmark price for a barrel of North American oil dipped below $20 US on Monday morning, the first time that's happened in 18...

Managing finances when you have ADHD

We’ve all made financial decisions we’ve come to regret. Remember the time you bought those shiny new headphones on credit before your paycheque came...

How the COVID-19 pandemic is ‘driving innovation’ in Canada and around the world

Around the world, people are finding new ways to fight the novel coronavirus pandemic and protect those on the front lines. Joelle Foster, the chief...

How bad will Canada’s COVID-19 recession be?

The black swan has landed. The novel coronavirus pandemic is well underway worldwide, but it wasn't until this month that Canadians started coming to grips...

5 Tips for Surviving Economic Uncertainty

It certainly has been a challenging start to Spring as we’re all grappling to make sense of the events around us. What will the...

Featured Articles

How To Invest Like a Professional

You work hard and understand how important an investment portfolio is to your financial well-being. However, simply owning an...

Ex-Montreal mayor Michael Applebaum doesn’t have to return $268,000

An attempt by the city of Montreal to recover about $268,000 that former mayor Michael Applebaum received in severance...

Selling your stuff online? Don’t make these mistakes – National

Gone are the days when you’d need to buy a classified advertisement to sell something. Now you can get a...

Dow Jones sinks nearly 1,200 points amid coronavirus worries

The Dow Jones Industrial Average sank nearly 1,200 points Thursday, deepening a weeklong global market rout caused by worries...

Severe weather in Canada cost $1.3 billion in insured damages in 2019: IBC – National

Severe weather in Canada — rain, snow, flooding and windstorms — cost $1.3 billion in insured damages last year. The...

Culture

Why isn’t everyone a value investor?

According to popular belief, value investors would like to buy shares in companies that trade at low price-to-earnings (P/E) and/or price-book value of equity...

Severe weather in Canada cost $1.3 billion in insured damages in 2019: IBC – National

Severe weather in Canada — rain, snow, flooding and windstorms — cost $1.3 billion in insured damages last year. The costs, according to the Insurance...

Coronavirus to cut 2020 oil, gas investments by $30 bln

The coronavirus outbreak could cut oil industry investment this year by tens of billions of dollars and delay the delivery of offshore installations currently...

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The best RRSP investments for 2020

A Registered Retirement Savings Plan (RRSP) is an investment plan that is registered with the Canadian federal government. RRSPs are often described as being...

Oil price falls below $20 US a barrel, its lowest since 2002

The benchmark price for a barrel of North American oil dipped below $20 US on Monday morning, the first time that's happened in 18...

What would it take for COVID-19 to trigger a recession?

There’s a lot doctors don’t know about COVID-19, including how many people with mild symptoms have escaped the official count of those who’ve contracted...

What’s the deal with socially responsible investing? – National

Socially responsible investing — also know as ethical, green or sustainable investing — is the new buzzword in the financial world. A growing number of...

Will tech be Alberta’s next big thing? Industry and schools are a hard yes

This story is part of The Homestretch's Tech for Tomorrow series: An in-depth look at what's being done to grow the technology industry in Calgary. Post...

Retirement planning at every life stage

Before we get into details, we should draw a distinction between what are typically the core activities of retirement planning and preparing financially for...

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The Uncomfortable Truth About Debt in Canada

This is an advertorial and may contain links to other websites. Uncontrollable debt is a problem faced by a large number of Canadians; many don’t know where to look for help. Some eventually take on more debt, paying more interest...

Learn About Exchange Traded Funds (ETF)

Most Canadians are very familiar with mutual funds. In simple terms, a mutual fund is made up of a collection of individual stocks, bonds...

How the COVID-19 pandemic is ‘driving innovation’ in Canada and around the world

Around the world, people are finding new ways to fight the novel coronavirus pandemic and protect those on the front lines. Joelle Foster, the chief...

Canada’s economy was slowing even before COVID-19 hit, January GDP numbers show

Canada's economy expanded by 0.1 per cent in January as manufacturing and the financial sector grew while transportation, mining, oil and gas and the...

Bombardier shares drop after it says revenue will fall short

Shares in Bombardier Inc. plunged more than 30 per cent after it said it expects its financial results for 2019 will fall short of...

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Record low equity release rates are just one option for older borrowers

Equity release rates have fallen to a record low, making it cheaper for older people to borrow against their home. ...

Is It Worth Raiding Your RRSPs for the Home Buyers’ Plan?

For prospective first-time home buyers looking to break into Canada’s housing markets, every bit of help is warranted, especially in the pricey Greater Toronto...

Selling your stuff online? Don’t make these mistakes – National

Gone are the days when you’d need to buy a classified advertisement to sell something. Now you can get a return through selling just about...

How will COVID-19 impact the real estate market in Canada?

To say the events of the past few months have had an unprecedented impact on how our society functions would be an understatement. As...

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1 in 3 Canadians worry they’ll miss rent or mortgage payment due to COVID-19 — survey

In addition to its serious health consequences, COVID-19 is causing Canadians to worry about their financial health, according to a survey commissioned by the...

Luxury home prices jump in some parts of Canada as boomers, young executives compete with foreign buyers

Prices of luxury homes in the main cities of Eastern Canada rose during the past year while they fell in Western Canada, in part...

Which tax deductions you can claim on net rental income?

Q. I understand that net rental income creates RRSP contribution room—so, even as a retiree, I should be able to accumulate additional RRSP room....