One of the most important investments is higher education which has become increasingly expensive. However, as higher education has risen in cost, its significance in the job market has only become more apparent. The good news is that there are resources that families can take advantage of to afford an ever-more important higher education — one of those resources being Registered Education Savings Plans (RESPs).
Nothing is worse than shopping at the grocery store and leaving with a depleted bank account. Apples, bread, peanut butter and other food goods aren’t exactly exciting fare. In fact, there are probably countless other items you would rather spend your money on (ahem, travel). Even though it may be painful to drop a few hundred dollars during a grocery store trip, the truth is
It’s officially tax season, and that probably means a nice-sized tax refund is in your very near future. And if you’re like most Canadians, the refund you’re expecting is probably upwards of $1,500. To make the most of tax season, maximize your refund and get the money you deserve, there are a few crucial tips to remember. Most tax advice is geared towards year-end donations
Nobody likes to look dumb. In fact, most of us work pretty hard at looking smart. It’s cool, we all do it. I know I do. But what if the key to success was not being smart and successful all the time? What if we became better at what we did because we took a risk and looked bad once in a while? I recently
The average Canadian spends $3,503 per year on clothes and accessories. That means that on average, Canadians spend $291.92 per month. Ouch. In other words, your shopping habit could be costing you…a lot. But the truth is that looking good and feeling good doesn’t have to break the bank. In fact, it shouldn’t. My closet is carefully curated and filled with high quality pieces that