Monthly Archives: June 2017

“The goal isn’t more money. The goal is living life on your terms.” – Chris Brogan While we all know that saving makes sense, not enough of us are actually doing it. Ever since credit cards were introduced in the early 1980’s, the savings rate in Canada has steadily dropped…. Read more

You’ve been struggling with the challenge of meeting your monthly debt payments for a while now and have decided you want to deal with your debt but need a road map. Choosing the right debt relief option is a bit like hitting a traffic circle. Technically all roads will lead… Read more

I hate overdraft protection. Hate it with a purple passion. Why? Well, in principal it’s a good tool to have when you’re in transition. When your life is in turmoil, it’s nice to have a safety net to protect your credit history. But IN PRACTICE most banks let you treat… Read more

I like to think that I’m a responsible, respectable, law-abiding citizen. Or at least responsible and law-abiding. But I have to confess that I have removed most of the “DO NOT REMOVE” tags from the pillows inside my house. GASP! On occasion, I have totally gone wild and parked my… Read more