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Financial Planning for Your Child’s College Education
Financing post-secondary education has become a costly endeavor for most students and their families. But thankfully, with good financial planning, it doesn’t have to be.
My 2022 in Review
If I could summarize my 2022 is one word, it would be “unremarkable”
Pay Yourself First – And Other Smart Money Strategies
There is a budget plan for each and every type. The key is finding a style that fits with your natural tendencies.
Being Honest About Money When You’re in Trouble
Nothing feels worse than being in trouble. The consequences of the things we fear are oftentimes unbearable. So, what do most of us do? Lie and hide.
Looking at Your Past Can Shape Your Financial Future
Generally speaking, your money mindset is like an apple that hasn’t fallen far from the tree.
Should you join the Great Resignation?
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.
Coronavirus: Canadian economy edition
In light of the pandemic caused by the coronavirus, the Canadian government announced an unprecedented economic package to help as … More
Blog Anniversary: 5 years
5 years ago, I published my very first post on the Money Savvy Blog. Its title was the cost of … More
Life update and musings
I am aware I haven’t blogged that much lately.