Money

Discover the real secrets to financial success with our guide to the ins and outs of saving and spending money. Brush up on your financial literacy with budgeting tips, money management skills and shopping tricks. Your wallet will thank you later.

6 Secrets on How to Be a Millionaire in Canada

Many modern millionaires live in middle-class neighbourhoods, work full-time and shop in discount stores like the rest of us. Wonder...


How to Sell Yourself

Out of the job market for years? Changing careers? Never worked before? If you're looking for work, and don't have much relevant experience,...


Top 10 Gadget Gifts for Dad

Looking for the perfect Father's Day gift? Forget the tie and cologne. What Dad really wants is another electronic gadget...


9 Rules for Becoming a Better Bargain Hunter

Ingenuity, resourcefulness, and sometimes a little boldness: That's what a great bargain hunter is made of. Do you have what...


Staying Afloat In The Worst Of Times

After a loved one dies, you may find it tough just to stay upright. Here's what you need to know...


5 Things To Do With Ice Scrapers

If you own a car, you've certainly used an ice scraper this winter. But it can do more than scrape...


Budget Wedding Bells

The current trend is for elaborate, costly weddings, often paid for by the bride and groom themselves rather than the...


You, Your Spouse and Your Money

You've joined your lives, but should you combine your cash, too? Here's some help in deciding how to organize your...

Mompreneurs Mean Business

The mompreneur movement is exploding in Canada. With the corporate world still largely unaccommodating to family demands, many moms are...


The Cost-Cutter’s Guide to Holiday Shopping

Although it doesn't feel right to be miserly during the festive season, you don't have to spend lots of money...


Personal Assistants to the Rescue

Out of time? You're not out of luck. You can hire a personal assistant to take care of daily chores...


6 Simple Secrets to Boost Your Credit Score

It's easy to pass the plastic without a second thought, but beware: your credit rating could pay the price. Here...


5 Strategies for Surviving on One Income

Are you really ready to give up that second paycheque? Staying home with the kids has many benefits, but in...


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Bridging the Generation Gap at Work

Generational differences in the workplace can lead to conflict, but everyone has something positive to contribute. Learn how to manage...


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Tapping Into Your Creativity

According to a $2.2 million University of Toronto study, the world is undergoing a profound shift from an industrial economy...


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How You Can Help Haiti’s Earthquake Victims

On January 12, 2010, a massive 7.0 magnitude earthquake devastated the island nation of Haiti. Our thoughts and prayers go...

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Investing Made Easy

"How do I choose the right financial advisor?" "What kind of financial plan is right for me at this point...


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Lowering Your Grocery Bill

The average Canadian household dishes out over $5,000 per year on groceries, according to Statistics Canada. To cut that bill...


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Budgeting for a Baby

It costs about $167,000 to raise a child to age 18, according to the Canadian Council on Social Development. Parents...


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Earn Cash at a Gold Party

Could you use a little extra cash in your pocket these days? Say hello to the “gold party”—the recession’s version...


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Online Shopping: Protect Yourself!

Online shopping is quick, convenient, and great for finding gifts at great prices. But, especially around the holidays, criminals waiting...

10 Ways to Control Your Holiday Spending

For many Canadians, spending habits tend to get out of control over the holidays. If you want to avoid overspending,...


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Curbing the Splurging

Chances are you spend more than you need to. But how do you cut back? All it takes is a...


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Crafting a Business

Rob Kalin turned the idea of an online craft fair for "the little guy" into a business that rakes in...


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Building Your E-Portfolio

With more employers using the Internet to check out potential employees, you might want to consider making your resumé available...


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Mind Your Elevator Manners

How you conduct yourself both inside and outside the office can say a lot about you professionally. This includes your...


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First Day Impressions

Changing jobs can be a nerve-racking experience: new boss, new collegues, a totally different atmosphere. Adjusting to your new work...