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Avoid those money fights: financial tips for newlyweds

POSTED BY Lesley Scorgie

Let’s talk about how you and your partner plan to stay together. Sure, love, commitment and respect will bind you to each other, but you can’t overlook your finances. Monetary challenges are sited more often than any other issue in divorce and separation proceedings. MORE


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Why every young adult needs a financial bucket list

POSTED BY Emily Ngai

Much like a traditional bucket list, it’s a list of money goals you want to conquer. It’s an excellent tool to help you put your financial goals in perspective and keep you accountable – perfect to have in place when you’re getting started in your career. MORE


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Are you taking enough risk in your TFSA?

POSTED BY Caroline Cakebread

Maybe it’s time to admit that TFSAs are outgrowing their label as a place to park money for a short-term goal. And as that happens it’s also time to rethink the kinds of investment we’re putting in them. MORE


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6 lies twenty-somethings tell themselves about money

POSTED BY Emily Ngai

As twenty-somethings, we often justify our money behaviour with little lies to make ourselves feel better. Despite bills to pay, future goals to save for and, in some cases, huge education debts to pay off, we let our wants overshadow our financial needs. MORE


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When you’re the “poor person” in your social circle

POSTED BY Lesley Scorgie

If you’re guilty of reconciling who you are to your posse, and concluding that you’re the “poor” person in your social circle, stop! Let’s pick apart the facts from the fiction. MORE


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