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5 Reasons You Need to Create a Will Before Your Next Trip

Whether you’re a seasoned traveller or taking your first big trip, the key to a stress-free vacation is planning ahead. But before you start packing your flip flops and swimsuit, make sure you’ve got this one essential travel item: a will. Why do you need a will before heading out on your trip, you ask? [...]

By |2019-10-02T11:55:47-04:00October 2nd, 2019|My Money, Personal Finance, Travel|

Risk Tolerance and the Responsibility of Online Investing

**This is a sponsored post written by me on behalf BMO InvestorLine.  The idea of an investor’s risk tolerance can be kind of tough to define and is even more difficult to accurately determine. The problem is that when the stock market is doing well (aka “a Bull Market”) we’re all much more likely to say [...]

By |2018-06-21T09:35:13-04:00January 29th, 2018|Investing, Personal Finance|

How to Build Your Own Financial Spreadsheet

**Today's guest post comes from Lars Kroijer, a former hedge fund manager based in London who has contributed to my site a few times now. In a world where online financial advice is omnipotent and financial calculators and portfolio management systems are free and easy to find, you might wonder why you should bother to do [...]

By |2017-12-02T20:13:27-05:00November 23rd, 2017|My Money, Personal Finance|

Online Investing has Never Been Easier Than it is Right Now

**Editors note: Today's guest post comes from Dan Kent, a writer and co-founder of Stocktrades.ca. A DIY investor for 7 years now, Dan has a combination of dividend, growth and real estate investments in his portfolio and is looking to continually grow his net worth. You can follow him on Twitter at @Stocktrades_CA To most in [...]

By |2017-10-22T15:50:26-04:00October 12th, 2017|Investing, Personal Finance|

Financial Aid Opportunities for Canadians Looking for an American Education

While Canada has a fantastic higher education system, many Canadian students may choose to come to the United States to attend college. Of course, however, American colleges and universities can be prohibitively expensive, making it difficult to finance a college degree in the U.S. With tuition costing as much as $40,000 per year at some [...]

By |2019-04-26T19:59:30-04:00September 13th, 2017|Personal Finance, Young Money|

6 Things You Should Know About Deposit Insurance in Canada

This is a sponsored post written by the Canada Deposit Insurance Corporation. This has been reviewed and approved by Moneywehave.com Editor’s note: One of the most common questions I get is what happens to your deposited money if a bank fails? Well the good news is that you’re covered up to $100,000 thanks to the [...]

By |2019-02-21T19:38:11-05:00July 17th, 2017|Investing, My Money, Personal Finance|

How I Graduated Debt-free

Editors note: I want to introduce you to MoneyWeHave.com's newest contributor, Steven Van Sluytman. Steven has been quietly working behind the scenes with me on a few things so I'm excited to hear his stories on money. Steven is a 22-year-old Muskoka-raised student at the University of Ottawa who's about to graduate with a degree [...]

By |2017-07-26T21:23:00-04:00July 13th, 2017|Personal Finance, Young Money|

Live in Canada? Here’s Where Your Travel Dollar is Strongest

Whether you opted for outlet shopping in the Fall, flew to Florida to escape winter, or caught a sports game at stadiums south of the border in spring, we Canadians have made the most of the on-par exchange rate with our American neighbours for years now. But these days, it’s not just Netflix that’s stronger [...]

By |2016-12-06T21:27:15-05:00March 1st, 2016|Budget Travel, Travel|