Monthly Archives: May 2014

In her recent post about finding ways to save money, financial literacy guru Gail Vaz-Oxlade talked about eating out less. Learning to cook doesn’t have to be a major undertaking. There are many tasty recipes that you can try that are simple to prepare, based on low cost, easy to… Read more

Consolidating your high interest credit card debt into a lower interest rate debt consolidation loan seems like a prudent strategy in most cases.  After all by saving on interest charges you can pay off your debts faster. For example, if you currently owe $20,000 on credit cards that have an annual… Read more

Money’s relationship with technology is about more than just the price tag famously associated with purchasing the stuff. In fact, technology is a blessing to those needing direction and support managing their every day finances thanks to the over-abundance of smart technical tools that have been developed to help the… Read more

Once upon the time we Canadians were good savers. Yah, I know, it was about 30 years ago, but, gosh, why the free-fall into no-savings territory? Hey, maybe because… You’ve been spending more money than you make. Stop.  Carrying consumer debt means mortgaging your future income. Figure out a budget… Read more