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The best protection against identity theft is you

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The best protection against identity theft is you

Identity theft is rampant and it’s important to protect yourself. If you suspect something unusual is going on with your personal information, follow these steps: 1. Report It Identity theft techniques can range from complex computer spywares and viruses, designed to help thieves acquire personal…

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Spending more than $1,000 on children’s activities? Think again.

When I started my career in finance in 2006, I attended an event with the author of The Wealthy Barber, David Chilton. He kicked off his financial pep talk by recounting the time he reviewed an Alberta family’s spending who claimed they were completely broke…

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How to Host a Barbecue on a Budget

The summer season is the perfect time to get-together with family and friends, celebrate the beautiful weather and enjoy each other’s company over delicious food! We know that hosting a backyard barbecue can also get expensive, so we’re sharing three tips to keeping your party…

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DIY Home Staging

Thinking about moving or getting ready to put your house on the market? Spring is always a busier time for home sales and if you want to ensure your home is ready to sell there are a couple of simple things you can do to…

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Re-imagine Your Budget to Stop Overspending

Remember, fancy spreadsheets and apps won’t save you. Better behaviours will.   As a certified money coach and personal finance author,  I’ve seen just about every version of budgeting that you can imagine; families with an entire section of their kitchen countertop full of jars…

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5 Ways Spring Cleaning is Good For You AND Your Bank Account

There is something refreshing about tidying up our home, getting rid of things that no longer serve us and entering the Spring season feeling rejuvenated. We’ve put together our top 5 tips to help you get your Spring cleaning started: 1. Electronics – Take an…

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Goodbye Costly Cable TV, Hello Savings – Week 9

For its ninth challenge, Metro’s Small Changes, Big Win series gets you to save by cancelling your cable television subscription. Small changes to the way you spend can add up. We’ve pulled together weekly tips that will add a minimum of $10 to your savings….

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Gender-diverse Investing with Raj Lala

[youtube]https://youtu.be/beLynxK0VSw[/youtube] Raj Lala, and his team at Evolve ETFs, recently launched HERS, which is the first Canadian gender-diverse ETF.   It can be a challenge to research the gender-diversity policies and practices of companies in North America. That’s where relying on non-profit organizations like Equileap…

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Closing the Clean Car Affordability Gap

When the calendar rolls over into 2018 my car, a peppy crossover with low kilometres, will officially be ten years old. In the world of cars, that’s considered a milestone birthday. In the world of consumers, however, that’s considered time for change.   Here’s the…

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Apartheid is Over, But Socially Responsible Investing is Not

Throughout the 1970s and 1990s, companies, pension funds, and individuals around the world stopped investing in South Africa. Since 1948, South Africa had been under Apartheid, a system of legal racial segregation enforced by the ruling National Party. Apartheid encouraged other human-rights violations such as…

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Recovering From Identity Theft

Samantha’s story of identity theft is one of many thousands. In the spirit of bringing awareness to Cyber Security Month and we’ve got a few tips from our friends at Cytelligence to keep your information safe online. Change your passwords to your online banking at…

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One Simple Way to Protect Against Identity Theft

Last year the most cyber attacked industries were: Healthcare Manufacturing Financial Services Government Transportation   Millions of people had their private information misused or stolen for the purposes of criminal gain. In some instances, that resulted in the hackers creating new identities; while in others…

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3 Reasons You Should Not be Lazy When Saving for Your Child’s RESP

  Like most things in life, good things don’t last forever. This certainly applies to free grants for your child’s Registered Education Savings Plan. Every year you have access to some form of free grant whether through the Federal Government or the province where you…

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