5 Money Mistakes Millennials Must Avoid

A while back we talked about the 5 big mistakes to avoid during retirement. This week we want to focus on financial mistakes to avoid when you're younger. A lot of time younger people downplay financial decisions because "retirement is still so far away". However, the financial decisions that we make now can have an... Continue Reading →

The Harsh Reality of Student Debt

As some of you may have noticed, we took a short break from our weekly blog for the warm summer months. We are now back to business as usual and will be posting regularly. Picking up where we left off, we previously released a couple posts shedding light on the crippling effect of the Canadian... Continue Reading →

The Overlooked Generation

With much media attention given to millennials and baby boomers, each for their respective┬áreasons (millennials supposedly being entitled and lazy, and boomers because they supposedly ruined the economy), there is one generation that seems to be forgotten. That generation is, of course, the one sandwiched between boomers and millennials; Generation X. Gen X-ers, as they... Continue Reading →

Don’t Pay Off Your Debt

In today's society, debt is inevitable for most. At some point in our lives, we will shoulder debt in one form or another (i.e., mortgage, car loan, student loan, a line of credit, credit card). With debt there is also interest, with rates and cost are┬ádependent on a lot of variables (i.e., credit rating, amount,... Continue Reading →

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