7 Steps to Become a Cash Flow Management Ninja
Cash Flow management is the engine that drives any financial plan. Even small improvements in money management can, over time, move you closer (or beyond!) your financial and life goals. Here are 7 cash management strategies worth trying out individually or together.
How to be a smart consumer during the holidays
Black Friday and Cyber Monday are right around the corner. Here’s how to be a smart consumer during the holidays.
November 27, 2019: Fresh finds of the week
How to stop procrastinating, book recommendations by billionaires, a holiday literature shopping guide, and some life lessons from the death notices. This week’s Fresh Finds.
Are you making the most of your tax refund? – For employees
You may have read that if you’re getting a tax refund, you’re not tax planning properly. After all, why would you want CRA to use your money for the year only to give it back when you file your tax return?
November 20, 2019: Fresh finds of the week
Mortgage break penalties, how to cope with tragedy, why your investment time horizon might be shorter than you think, and the top ten emerging technologies of 2019. This week’s Fresh Finds.
November 13, 2019: Fresh finds of the week
How to become a morning person, the science behind the perfect chocolate chip cookie, why flu shots are so important, and a time-lapse glimpse of our frozen future. This week’s Fresh Finds.
Do you believe this equity allocation myth?
Have you ever been uncertain about what your portfolio equity allocation should be? You may have relied on the “100 minus your age” rule. It determines this ‘magic asset mix’ for you in seconds!
November 6, 2019: Fresh finds of the week
A widespread Airbnb scam, tips from a marathon running pro, the spectrum of wealth, and the consumer score you didn’t know you had. This week’s Fresh Finds.
Busting the Myth of the 4% Rule
If you are close to retirement or are currently retired, you may have heard about the 4% rule. It was designed to help retirees determine how much of their portfolio they should withdraw in the first year of retirement (indexed to inflation in future years) to increase the probability of their money lasting a lifetime.