Let's talk about money.Spending, saving, the dread pirate budgeting, all that good stuff. And yes, it'll be fun—promise.
Your RRSP is a heckin’ powerful account that can save you a lot of money in taxes—if you use it properly. Figure out all the nuances of the account and how to use it right this way.
I’m so excited to be sharing my Willful review with you today, pals, because this is something that even as a financial blogger, I don’t think we talk enough about: wills. Which makes sense, right, because who wants to think about dying? However, it is literally the...
I spend a lot of time thinking about financial advice.But even though my days right now are focused on things like my house emergency fund, I still often think about financial advice for new grads—specifically, the financial advice I wish I had received back then.
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.
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