Saving

Why Your Overall Financial Health is More Than Just Your RRSP

One of the earliest money lessons I learned was to pay yourself first. I was seventeen at the time and just got my first paycheque. Before I had a chance to spend any of it,…

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Willful Promo Code | Get $15 off

Are you looking for a Willful promo code? If you said yes, you’re not alone considering 56% of Canadians don’t have a will. To get $15 off, use my Willful promo code MONEYWEHAVE15. If you’re…

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5 Ways to Save for Your Child’s Education

**This is a sponsored post written by me on behalf of Kijiji. All opinions are my own. As soon as Scarlett was born, I took immediate steps to set up her Registered Education Savings Account…

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How to Make Money From Affiliate Marketing

Affiliate marketing is a well-established method used by brands looking to promote products through a network of publishers and pay out on individual meaningful results, such as $100 per approved credit card or $40 for…

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4 Simple Steps to Financial Independence

Today’s guest post is written by Chrissy Kay. She blogs at Eat Sleep Breathe FI and podcasts at Explore FI Canada. Chrissy is passionate about sharing her FI* and personal finance knowledge. In this post,…

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Credit Card Hacks: How to legally maximize your points and cards

Credit card hacks are some of the easiest things you can do. Heck, you’re likely already doing some of these hacks and you don’t even know it. I’m not talking about real hacks that will…

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Compound Interest Definition and Explanation

Compound Interest Definition and Explanation

Compound interest is a common term you hear when it comes to investing. But, what exactly is compound interest, how does it work, and how can you best take advantage of it? I’m sharing what…

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Is an RRSP Loan Worth it?

Should you get an RRSP loan? That’s a question that I’ve been getting a lot as of late. At first, I was like this is a very specific question for new investors to be asking,…

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11 Ways to Save on Your Home and Car Insurance

Price is often top of mind when buying insurance since it can be a huge expense for many people. However, many people hate paying for something they’ll hopefully never have to use. Plus, in certain…

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How to Get the Most Out of Your Banks

Although some people have decided to use digital banks only, the majority of Canadians still use brick and mortar banks. There’s nothing wrong with that, but the question is are you getting the most out…

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