Personal finance, millennial money management, financial technology, passive investing and career advice for 20-somethings. Canadian.
Heading out on a trip? A boring-but-necessary first step: read your insurance policies. (Yes, seriously.)
One man's journey across the country to revamp a house in need of some TLC.
Let’s all take a minute to confront — and heartily dismiss — the ridiculous and enduring stereotypes that we hear all the time about women and money.
I worked with two Official Tax Experts to help me — and you! — navigate tax season alongside our common-law partners and spouses, and figure out how to file our recently-divorced taxes, too.
Before you can dive into the joys (and associated costs!) of homeownership, you need to pony up tens of thousands of dollars for a down payment. Here’s exactly how I managed to come up with all that cash over the past year.
To get the inside track on exactly how much you can expect to spend in your first year, I spoke with two experts who have helped about a zillion* people deal with the unexpected costs of buying a home.
Ask a personal finance blogger about their favourite pastimes, and you’ll usually find saving money right at the top. Not me.
I get it: you don’t want to read your insurance policies. Nobody does. But here's why reading them is a gift to future-you.
Five ways to make sure that FOMO doesn’t stop you from doing other important things, like paying rent or saving up to buy a place.