Insurance

gig economy

Preparing Yourself for the Gig Economy

**This is a sponsored post written by me on behalf of TD. All opinions are my own. I’ve been working side gigs for years, but I didn’t become fully self-employed until earlier this year. I loved the people I worked with at my old job and the pay was great, but the flexibility and work-life…

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5 Travel Mistakes You Can’t Afford to Make

5 Travel Mistakes You Can’t Afford to Make

When it comes to our vacation plans, many of us spend hours researching flights, accommodations, and what we’ll do when we arrive. However, quite often we forget a few small things that could easily derail our travel plans. Here are the top travel mistakes you can make and how you can avoid them. Not checking…

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5 Ways to Protect Your Small Business in Canada

**This is a sponsored post written by me on behalf of Fellowes Canada. All opinions are my own. Owning a small business is a thrilling experience. Many people become entrepreneurs because they want to be their own boss. But, as things start to scale up, you need to protect yourself if you want to succeed.…

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Always Keep Your Receipts When Travelling

As a freelancer, I always keep my receipts since I can claim many things for taxes. But there’s an argument to be made that everyone should keep their receipts. Receipts are provided to prove you’ve paid something. If you have a dispute about something, those receipts could mean the difference when making your case. When…

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What to do When You’re Travelling During a Hurricane

Every year in August and September, hurricanes form over the Atlantic. From time-to-time, these hurricanes have a direct path through the Caribbean, Mexico, and parts of the U.S. causing some serious damage. If you’ve booked a vacation, you need to accept the fact that a hurricane could affect your travel plans. It is hurricane season after…

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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…

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disability insurance

Do You Have Disability Insurance?

Most of us understand the importance of life insurance, but what many of us overlook though is disability insurance. There’s a much greater chance that we’ll become disabled in our working years as opposed to us dying before the age of 65 so it’s a huge mistake to not have disability insurance. Disability insurance comes in a…

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10 ways to spend less money on insurance

10 Ways to Spend Less Money on Insurance

Insurance is one of those things that nobody wants until they really need it, but by then it’s too late to get. If you have liabilities or dependants and are not covered under a group plan, you probably need coverage. Walking around uninsured is not an option for most of us, so here are some…

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the factors that affect your life insurance premiums

Factors That Affect Your Life Insurance Premiums

life insurance premiumsLife insurance should be a part of everyone’s financial plan, yet it’s often ignored or forgotten. Having a policy in place is important because it’s meant to protect your loved ones financially in the event you pass early. So when should you get a life insurance policy? Well that’s up for debate, but if you…

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Common Credit Card Benefits

Credit card debt is a serious issue but if used correctly those credit card benefits can really work for us. Think about it, assuming we pay our bills in full and on time then technically those benefits are form of payment that the credit card companies make to us. They may come in the form of…

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