CESB explained

Until last week, very little financial relief was available to students

Opportunity cost

If you are a reader of the blog, you know I decided to obtain an MBA. I have been studying for almost a year now. Last September, an opportunity came across to study for a semester on the Malaysian campus of my university. After careful budgeting, I decided to accept it. I have been in …

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How to take free classes via MOOC

One of my plans for 2016 is to figure out my next career move. I have been thinking about it for a year or so. I have explored different fields such as Education, Financial Planning and Project Management. I took a few classes, but none of these options really appealed to me, as a career. …

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RESP basics

As I mentioned in previous entries, the cost of post-secondary education keeps increasing and can really be a huge financial burden for a lot of students and their parents. As a parent, the best way to help your child is to open a Registered Education Savings Plan or RESP. Opening an RESP is actually not …

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5 saving tips on back-to school shopping

With “back to school” a mere couple of weeks away, lots of parents are scrambling to get what their children need for the school year. Here are a few tips to avoid breaking the bank. Go through your house before going to the mall. There are probably many items that you already have and that …

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