CTV's Chief Financial Commentator Pattie Lovett-Reid breaks down the latest Manulife Bank Debt Survey and shares tips on how to remove the financial stress out of your relationship.
World's rich are rattled and looking for old-fashioned security
A few blocks from Grosvenor Square in Mayfair, 46 Park Lane resembles a private club with wood-paneled walls and an ornate fireplace dating back to Britain’s Victorian era.
Pattie Lovett-Reid: 12 steps for the year ahead to fix your finances
CTV's Chief Financial Commentator Pattie Lovett-Reid offers a list of monthly goals that you can tackle in the new year.
47% of Canadians see serious risk of outliving their savings: Survey
Among Canadians still in the workforce, 47 per cent believe there’s a serious risk they could outlive their retirement savings, according to survey results released by Sun Life Financial Inc. Tuesday.
CTV's Chief Financial Commentator Pattie Lovett-Reid breaks down the top money mistakes you're probably making.
The vast majority of Canadians are worried about saving enough for retirement and believe governments should modernize rules around pensions, according to a new poll from a major Ontario pension plan, as pocketbook issues have been in focus during the federal election campaign.
Rising insolvency readings in Canada raise red flags — sort of
Some 11,935 consumers filed for insolvency in September, according to the Office of the Superintendent of Bankruptcy — a 19-per-cent increase from a year earlier and the biggest annual gain since 2009.
Fidelity to baby boomers: Lay off the stocks
More than a third of the generation had crossed over Fidelity’s recommended allocation to stocks, which is 70 per cent for those 10 years from retirement. Almost one-tenth of boomers were entirely in equities during the quarter, running the risk of serious losses in a market meltdown.
Pattie Lovett-Reid: How to survive the holiday season without going broke
With household debt levels at record highs, CTV's Chief Financial Commentator Pattie Lovett-Reid offers tips on how to avoid going broke this holiday season.
The survey found that 43 per cent of Canadians are misinformed about the TFSA, believing the accounts are for savings and not for growing investments.