One of the most important concepts to understand if you want to improve your finances while living better is to figure out where your focus ought to be.
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One of the money pitfalls that many of us trip over is the “if only” effect. We spend so much time thinking in terms of “if only” that we don’t get to work and fix the problems plaguing us right now.
Here are some tax implications to keep in mind when planning your investment strategy for 2014 and beyond.
When you think about money as a tool, an as a means to an end, it doesn’t make sense to let it sit idle. Instead, you want to put that money to work for you so that you can enjoy life.
For many families (ours included) summer is a time of increased spending. The drop in income, coupled with the increase in spending, can be difficult for some families. The key is to budget for summer separately.
Every investment comes with risk. However, that doesn’t mean that you should ignore risks and invest anyway. It’s important to understand what is too risky for you, and what you can do to mitigate your risks while still earning an acceptable return.
Many people recognize that an economic collapse is a very real possibility. In the spirit of preparedness, here are 7 ways you can get ready for an economic collapse.
The Canadian dollar continues to struggle in forex trading today, falling against its major counterparts as commodities struggle, and as traders consider recent disappointments in economic data.