Following months of instability brought on by the COVID-19 pandemic, data from BDO Debt Solutions is telling a socio-economic tale of two very different types of Canadians and calling it “a story of the haves and have-nots.”
Higher rates equals a day of opportunity for the savvy saver
There's little doubt interest rates will be heading higher and with that, a lot of chatter around a day of reckoning for so many who have been living close to the margin.
Millennial Money: Experts expect 5 things this Black Friday
What do you get when you cross Black Friday deals with a continuing pandemic, supply chain disruptions and inflation? Answer: a very messy version of the biggest discount day of the year,
Following months of instability from a global health crisis, new numbers tell a socio-economic tale of two very different types of Canadians.
Home Economics: Canadian home sales rise again; Save for holidays now, skip regret later
As summer vacations came to an end and Canada’s economy began to steadily improve, the country’s tight housing market posted its first increase in six months.
Taking the leap from investing to wealth management
If things go right, there comes a point in the life of a retirement investor when a strategy to accumulate wealth shifts to a strategy to preserve it. That shift should happen over a period of time and it’s different for everyone.
Those cheesy TV infomercials promising "three easy payments of $19.99" were quite ahead of their time.
Budgeting apps can help take the guesswork out of monthly spending
Here are some apps that can help automate the tracking of your spending and offer a big picture view of how you are doing when it comes to your financial goals.
Millennial Money: Save for holidays now, skip regret later
The small end-of-the-year window can offer some time to make money moves that help prevent a holiday debt hangover.
Home Economics: The case for being boring with money; Asking for a raise? Formulate a strategy first
According to a survey from Robert Half, half of Canadian workers are currently feeling underpaid. As a result, one-in-five employees said they’d consider quitting if they do not get a pay increase by the end of the year – that number goes up to 28 per cent among millennials.