Most common types of investments

The most common types of investments This is just going to be an introduction to the most common types of investment options you have. If you want to learn more, you can either google it, go to my website (although I will probably just direct you to other people) or...

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Free Money via Tangerine. But you can do Better.

Tangerine has just come out with a promotion. The offer by itself can get you $150, but we can do better than that. Up to $241.50 better. And the best part? All this is completely free as Tangerine doesn't charge you any account fees! That means after you get your...

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7 Ways to Save Money – Over $3000 Worth

Over $3000 Worth of Ways to Save Money Most saving suggestions are focused on toning down your lifestyle. I agree that you can save a lot of money by doing so, but let's be real. If you wanted to do that, you would've already done so by now. So instead, let's explore...

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How to Build Your Credit Score – Canada

Your credit score is what will allow you to get the best deals possible when you are looking to get a loan, or a mortgage. It can also take years to build so discouver how to passively build your score now.

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Why Actively Managed Funds Fail to Beat the Market

There was recently a question in the Facebook group about whether a mutual fund offered at one of the banks was a good thing to have in their RRSP. She mentioned that the management expense ratio was 2.04%. A quick aside. Management expense ratio (MER) is the...

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How to successfully save for your goals

You have a job. It may be waiting tables. It may be a sales associate at a retail store. It may be your first ever cubicle job. It may be with a non profit. Regardless, you have a job. You have responsibilities and for delivering on those responsibilities, you get...

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How to Budget when Living on Your Own

You’ve finished school, got your first entry level job and you’re eager to adult. In this post, I’m assuming your salary is at least $30,000. Also, in order to provide you the most value, I will break this down by rent as a percentage of your take home pay, from...

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