Finance: What To Do With Your Tax Return?
By this time many of you have done your tax return for 2016. If you made significant contributions to your Registered Retirement Savings Plan (RRSP) you may be looking at a large sum of money being returned from the Canada Revenue Agency (CRA).
Finance - Fraud Prevention: What Condo Dwellers Need To Know
Identity theft remains a serious concern in Canada. Fraudsters are constantly finding new ways to steal your personal information.
Finance - Buying A Condo With A Group Of Friends
With real estate prices hitting record highs, many first time homebuyers might be wondering how they’re going to get their foot into the market.
Finance - Millennials Will Make Sure The Condo Market Remains Hot In 2017
Millennials currently make up the largest part of the workforce in Canada. There are many millennials earning a steady income with homeownership dreams. With home prices poised to rise in 2017, the condo market should remain hot as many flock to the more affordable option.
How Donald Trump Just Raised Many Mortgage Bills
In one of his very first substantive moves as president, Donald Trump signed an executive order Friday that will result in a hike to many first-time homeowners’ mortgage bills.
Hang On Tight: Your Finances Will Face Dramatic Trump-led Uncertainty
In 2017, your financial well being will be driven to an unprecedented extent by factors outside Canada. Mr. Trump is the most notable, but also keep your eyes on Europe. Troubled banks, struggling economies and political instability could upset financial markets globally.
Finance: Fixed Rate Mortgage Penalties
Unlike riskier floating rate mortgages, where the interest you pay to borrow money can change, fixed rate loans comes with a guarantee of what that loan will cost you for the term.
Bundles Of Debt: Sidestepping Mortgage Rules
Canada’s subprime mortgage providers are increasingly teaming up with unregulated rivals to sidestep rules designed to clamp down on risky lending.
No New Rules Coming. Well, Maybe One Canadian Mortgage Trends
Finance Minister Bill Morneau is suggesting that no new mortgage rules are on the drawing board.
Video : Cut Out The Toxic Spending
Do you know how much your toxic spending habits are costing you? Here is a hint, thousands of dollars a year. This is everything from your last minute impulse buys to the automatic monthly charges you have forgotten about.
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