Car insurance is a significant expense but it is one area your household can easily save on with minimal effort on your part. Whether your insurance is up for renewal or you?re currently looking to buy a new car, these few tips could have a significant impact on your wallet: Choose your car wisely: Not …
Downgrading your position is almost equivalent to losing your job. Here are tips to search for a new job.
Should I refinance? When do I refinance? some tips on helping you answer these questions about mortgage refinancing.
Just a couple of days ago I visited my “Personal Banquier” to discuss some investment options. Remember back in May I fired my financial planner for lack of
Why insurance and financial freedom go hand in hand in order to protect your retirement .
Yesterday, the bank of Canada went ahead and raised the prime rate for a second time in a row. The prime rate is now 2.75%. Regardless of what the rate
This post is my reply to the Globe and Mails article posted today titled “saying no to the home-ownership dream”. The author Noreen Rasbach uses several reasons
There’s a good chance you are actually deluded about the age you expect to be debt free. Based on the latest poll by CIBC, average Canadians expect to be
To rollover a former 401k to gold is a method used by savvy investors to exchange money type assets such as, stocks or bonds that are in their 401k accounts
BeatingTheIndex is featured this week! I would like to give a big thank you to Larry MacDonald for featuring BeatingTheIndex in the “Me and My Money” sectio