Monthly Archives: August 2017

You can’t have it all. You can’t buy what you want, ignore your student debt, and assume you’ve got lots of tomorrows to begin to build your finances.  You need to set your financial priorities today and build a plan that will make it happen. Here are five simple money management tips… Read more

In our present-day culture, successful entrepreneurs are idolized. The Mark Zuckerbergs and Elon Musks of this world are looked up to by multiple generations. However, what is usually hidden from public view is the fact that many ultimately successful entrepreneurs had to struggle in the beginning with mounting piles of… Read more

Many Canadians are self-employed, running their own small business. In many cases they started the business using their credit cards or other personal resources to fund start up costs and initial expenses. It is not uncommon for the business to start slowly, whichcan can lead to debt trouble. Approximately 10%… Read more

“Do not save what is left after spending. Spend what is left after saving.” – Warren Buffet Whenever I sit down with people who are wrestling with debt, the question inevitably comes up: should I be saving or paying down debt? It’s a question that has been debated back and… Read more

I’m always fascinated (and constantly amazed) by the things some people will spend their hard earned money on. A couple of years ago, Maclean’s magazine featured an article entitled “Life With Help: How Did We Get So Useless?” The article discussed the growing trend towards outsourcing the things in our… Read more