Monthly Archives: March 2017

Good judgement comes from experience, a lot of which comes from bad judgement. We all know too much debt is not a good thing, but debt management is not necessarily a skill we all possess. It’s not like you set out with the objective of borrowing more than you can… Read more

This is a guest post by the experts at Ratehub.ca It’s important to save money, but it also helps if you save in a way that minimizes your tax burden. The less you pay in tax, the more you get to keep for yourself. Fortunately, the government has created two… Read more

“When it comes to money, ignorance is not bliss. What you don’t know can hurt you.” – Sandra S. Simmons One of the motivators that led me into the financial services industry was a desire to help people get excited about money and learn how to take control of it…. Read more

Friends has been a staple in our household for almost a decade. Those six kids can still make me laugh. Every time my daughter, Alex, needs a couple of hours of decompression, in goes a Friends DVD. Several years ago when Lisa Kudrow was on Ellen, they played the “What’s your… Read more

It stands to reason that if we want to be better at managing our money, we need to know where our money is actually going. That sounds obvious but like so many other things in personal finance what sounds obvious often isn’t.  Lots of people arrive to the end of… Read more