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Releasing Money Related Traumas

Releasing Money Related Traumas

Are you frequently feeling stressed about money? Does the worry about paying bills on time, saving enough money for the future, or being able to afford a big purchase seem overwhelming? Have your past experiences with money caused you to feel fearful or anxious about your financial future?

You’re not alone. A 2020 poll showed that 77 percent of Americans were feeling anxious about their financial situation – which is …

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How to Structure Your Monthly Living Costs

This article is part of our Finance Hub.

Learning how to manage your finances is something that everyone struggles with as a standard part of Adulting 101—and even “being an adult” doesn’t really mean that you are an expert budgeter. Your personal finances are subject to a wide range of fluctuation throughout your life, as you move from one job to the next; change apartments; purchase a home; build …

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Canadian Spring Break Budgeting Tips

As spring break creeps closer and closer there are more Canadians planning on getting away from it all. It's traditional for most, and this is the time numerous Canadian families plan their vacations.

For college students, the break is an alleviation from the chaos of college classes and other stress. For adult Canadians, it is a must needed break from the day to day hum-drum of the 9 to 5, …

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Life Saving Tips For Canadian Families Today

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Lots of money saving advice does require an individual or family to change their lifestyle to be successful. We've talked before that it takes commitment and good banking habits to succeed financially--period. The cost of raising children has certainly increased significantly, approximately 40% today. Even the most frugal Canadian families can struggle financially, with the best methods in place. It can be a constant struggle for sure. Remember, there are …

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Money Saving Tax Tips For Canadians

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[Updated for 2021]

It always hurts when you save money by budgeting and end up losing a chunk in taxes. As a Canadian, you should claim as many tax deductions as possible. Hopefully, this would include some credits too.

In this article, we’ll dispel common misunderstandings, combat misinformation, and explain ways to write off some off your current expenses. Please note these are just tips and you should talk to …

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Tax Rules Are Changing In 2016: Are You Ready?

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There is no doubt about it, tax rules are definitely mixing things up for Canadians all across the board.  If you aren't familiar with what some of these changes are, and what you can expect, then this blog just might help you relax a bit, as long as you're not an Albertan making over $300,000 a year!  That's right, for those in this income bracket, you'll be paying much more …

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