This Wednesday is International Women’s Day and I always like to mark this occasion with a special post promoting women who are pushing the boundaries and chipping away at that stupid glass ceiling. Continue Reading
Since the deadline to contribute to your RRSPs for the 2016 tax year is fast approaching (the deadline is March 1 FYI), I wanted to explore some longstanding misconceptions about RRSPs (Registered Retirement Savings Plans) that you may not know about. And if you do, this is still a good refresher (and maybe something you’ll want to share with some of your less-informed friends). Continue Reading
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As I mentioned at the beginning of this episode, lots of us young people don’t start thinking about planning for our retirement, well…until it’s too late. Which isn’t a good thing. Continue Reading
Ever since my husband and I watched Tony Robbins in the documentary I Am Not Your Guru a few months ago, we’ve become major Tony Robbins fans. Whenever we need a pick me up, we just turn on his podcast and immediately get inspired. Continue Reading
It was such a pleasure chatting with Esther from one of my favourite personal finance blogs NZ Muse. I’ve been following her only her own personal finance journey for years, and I’m so glad I was able to finally chat with her one-on-one for this episode. Not only that, she’s the first non-North American guest I’ve had on the show! Continue Reading
Ever wonder what your money personality is? Continue Reading
If you want to set yourself (or your kids) up for success, it is crucial to understand the consequences of taking on too much student debt. Yes, it is one way to be able to afford a post-secondary education which in turn could lead to a job with a good salary…but it could also hurt your chances of living a life that’s not tied down to years of debt-repayment. Continue Reading