Personal finance, millennial money management, financial technology, passive investing and career advice for 20-somethings. Canadian.
Are you spending strategically on your side hustle costs? Here’s how to find out.
Investing doesn’t need to be complicated, especially when you know everything there is to know about one specific business: Your side-hustle.
Just because everyone else is starting a side hustle doesn’t mean it’s right for you — here’s how to figure it out for yourself.
Be sure to check whether your financial advisory is actually your fiduciary -- it makes all the difference.
ETFs are the building block of a huge number of low-cost investing approaches and are rapidly rising in popularity.
Because “I have been here for five years” and “I do what’s expected of me” are bad answers to "Why should I give you more money?"
Always take the (legal) free money. It’s a good life rule that totally applies here.
It may be awkward and you may not always have the upper hand, but you always need to negotiate your first salary.
Any type of IRA is just an account, and it’s what you keep in that account that helps your money grow.
In the modern economy, nobody stays at their job forever, but how you leave determines everything.
Cue: “I spent how much on restaurants and fast food last month?!”
A brick-and-mortar financial institution is making serious inroads into the world of fintech.
At the end of the day, funding a move for a job isn’t all that different than any other major life expense.
It's not Wolf of Wall Street, but it's still pretty damn fun.
You’ll need to know enough to know what to buy, when you want to sell, and how not to totally freak out if the markets go a bit sideways.