Inflation is everywhere, including here, in Canada. Last month, it peaked at 6.7%, the highest it’s been since 1991. Canadians, myself included, are feeling the pinch, particularly at the supermarket and at the pump.
Generally speaking, your money mindset is like an apple that hasn’t fallen far from the tree.
If you can afford to get advice from an expert, you probably should. Even if you think you cannot afford it, you might want to consider doing it anyway because it can help tremendously.
When it comes to having a healthy relationship with your partner involving money, it requires openness, understanding, and realism.
One of the first things any couple should do is put all their cards on the table and set up a budget. If you set up a realistic budget based on your joint goals in life, there shouldn’t be that much to fight about.
Talks about money are an important part of any couple’s long-term success. Talking about money together will ensure that you’re creating a joint vision, are on the same page, and that you can pursue your shared and individual goals in life.
Canadian households spend an average of $ 1 000.00 for Christmas. I personally find this amount excessive. Christmas is only one day out of 365.
So you have a family budget. There’s only one problem – you haven’t stuck with it!
Many are choosing to quit what they are doing and seek jobs with improved compensation, better work life balance, or to follow a calling or passion. However, just because everyone you know is quitting their jobs, doesn’t mean you should.
A couple of weeks ago, I wrote my 2 final MBA exams. If felt a bit strange. A chapter of my life is coming to a close after 3 years.