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Some older personal finance rules may no longer apply, experts say

Should you always save 10% of your income? Maybe not. Start saving for retirement in a Registered Retirement Savings Plan as soon as possible. Make…

10 advantages DIY investors have over the pros

This is a re-post of an article written by blogger and DIY investor Matt Poyner.  This article was also published in the July edition of…

Why whole life insurance is a bad investment

A while back I wrote about the mistakes I initially made when purchasing life insurance policies for myself and my wife, and one of the things I…

Pay off your mortgage faster or invest?

High house prices have added some urgency to one of the oldest questions in personal finance, which is whether to make a priority of paying…

Seniors & Money

Running out of money before they die and not being able to pay for long term care top the list of financial fears of seniors,…

The Psychology of Money

Let me tell you the story of two investors, neither of whom knew each other, but whose paths crossed in an interesting way. Grace Groner…

No Fixed Address: New Tool to Help Make Toughest Financial Decision — Rent or Buy?

No Fixed Address: New Tool to Help Make Toughest Financial Decision — Rent or Buy? Rent versus Buy calculator will give users insight into what…

How Much TFSA Contribution Room Do I Have (2009-2018)?

Since the inception of the Tax-Free Savings Account (TFSA) in 2009, Canadian residents who are over the age of 18 with a social insurance number have been…

The No. 1 Thing You Should Do to Get Rich, According to Robert Kiyosaki

The author of ‘Rich Dad Poor Dad’ says it all starts with education. by Maria Lamagna Want to be rich? The answer is education, education,…

Books You Need to Read Before Retirement

Learn about a five-stage retirement and more by Jonathan Chevreau In the last six months, at least three new Canadian books have been published that…