Finance Tips for the Young Parent

In January we talked about Finance Tips for the Millennial. In this week's post, we dive into the next financial life stage. There are 5 general financial life stages, that occur in the following order: Early Earning Years (20-30), Family Commitment Years (30-45), Peak Earning Years (40-55), Pre-Retirement Years (55-65), and Retirement (65+).  Note: There are always exceptions to the rule. Around... Continue Reading →

Finance Tips for the Millennial

With the new year now just underway, we have decided to start a new segment on our blog. Each post will focus on a specific age group. As we age and journey through life we also go through very different financial stages. There are five general financial life stages: Early Earning Years (20-30), Family Commitment... Continue Reading →

Are The Posted Inflation Rates A Lie?

Inflation is a key factor when evaluating an economy. If inflation is at abnormally high levels, there are many negative side effects. These side effects may include the BoC (Bank of Canada) raising interest rates, which as we know, decreases the purchasing power. Inflation can be defined as a 'sustained increase in the general level... Continue Reading →

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