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Interesting article and interview by popular blogger Desirae Odjick from Half-Banked. I’ve always found doing my taxes to be a great date night. Me, my partner, a glass of wine and some sweet, sweet tax documents — what could be better? Read...read more
Remember the show “Who wants to be a millionaire?” Are you the kind of person that wants to build some serious wealth? Live an exceptional life? Be financially free? I don’t mean just a comfortable amount. I mean a lot – like being a multi-millionaire. The truth is,...read more
How can your life really be different if you focus on maximum wealth-building principles? It’s not about the money. It’s about your life. This story is an extreme version of the life of an ordinary person managing his money exceptionally. I’ll explain the concepts in...read more
TFSA vs. RRSP is one of the most common questions I am asked. If you want to know for sure which is better for you, then you need a financial plan. Many articles have been written on this topic that list pros and cons with general opinions. The truth is that:...read more
Wouldn’t it be great if you could save a lot more for your future without affecting your day-to-day cash flow? One of the main things people learn when they first have a retirement plan done is that you need to invest more than you thought to have the future that you...read more
Most seniors start their CPP and OAS when they retire or at age 65, without evaluating the options. The truth is that many seniors would benefit from delaying CPP until age 70. Here is how you can figure out what is best for you. The government pensions, CPP and OAS,...read more