When two people are in a committed relationship, the question of moving-in together comes-up at some point.
I totally understand the post you are about to read may confuse you, and even more so since I am a personal finance blogger who has been blogging about personal finances for almost 3 years.
Segregated funds have always been a highly debated product.
Over the last week or so, 3-time Olympian Harold Backer has made headlines here, in British-Columbia, and not for the right reasons.
A reader of the Money Savvy Blog asked when and if it ever made sense to take a pay cut. The surprising answer is yes!
I have always been bemused by the sheer amount of money a lot of couples spend for Valentine's Day to "show" their love for one another.
As I previously wrote, times have changed. Gone are the days of working in the same company for your entire career as well as receiving a generous pension plan upon retiring.
Extraordinary real-estate costs in cities like Vancouver and Toronto are pushing people further and further away from said cities.
David Bach popularized the "latte factor" term. The concept emphasizes the long-term cost of small, everyday purchases such as coffee, cigarettes, magazines and so on.
The 30's are definitely an interesting decade. Chances are they are a mixed bag for most people in them, including myself: wedding, kids, house, career...etc. This decade is probably the most taxing on hard-earned dollars.