Let's talk about money.Spending, saving, the dread pirate budgeting, all that good stuff. And yes, it'll be fun—promise.
This summer, I did something that according to a poll by CIBC is pretty odd for someone who runs a business.
I took a vacation.
Over the past four years, I’ve written a lot about it, but even that only scratches the surface, because investing is one of those really complex topics you could study for a decade and still learn something new every day. That’s why it can feel so intimidating—but it doesn’t have to.
Whether your side hustle is a few bucks here and there, or a more structured, consistent source of income, you need to manage it (and you definitely need to track it for tax time!). Here’s a system I use to do exactly that.
This blog post is sponsored by CIBC but all opinions expressed are my own. I haven’t been shy about sharing that one of the most impactful things I’ve ever done for my personal finances is starting a business—even if it did kind of happen by accident. When I first...
Money is political. There, I’ve made a (very, apparently) controversial statement, so now let’s talk about taxes. Specifically, all the tax terms that are being tossed around in the Canadian election that even I, a certified personal finance nerd, am having a hard...
This post is a paid collaboration with Tangerine, but all opinions and spending details are my own. We recently wrapped up a major project: we renovated our kitchen. This was a Major Spending Event for us, since it’s not every day we spend five figures on...
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