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Debt-shaming: Debt is Bad, but You Arenít
While debt-shaming seems to be a new buzzword, being in debt does not make you bad. This does depend on how you managed to get in the predicament. The post Debt-shaming: Debt is Bad, but You Aren’t appeared first on Canadian Personal Finance Blog

Clutter Costs Money
Clutter costs a lot more than you think. If you are storing your clutter and paying monthly rent for this, the price is obvious, however the space taken up and how much it would cost to "haul it away" is more than you might guess. The post Clutter Costs Money appeared first on Canadian Personal Finance Blog

Inflation at 7.7% May 2022 in Canada
Kate Bush is #1, Inflation is at 7.7%, and Interest rates are skyrocketing, you sure this isn't 1983? Rising Inflation looks to be the most important political issue, very soon. The post Inflation at 7.7% May 2022 in Canada appeared first on Canadian Personal Finance Blog

Nortel Still Paying Out
Nortel is still paying out, much like a slot machine, not very often and in very small amounts. Too big to fail was the thoughts as this company went under, but they certainly aren't paying their creditors back much. The post Nortel Still Paying Out appeared first on Canadian Personal Finance Blog

Diabetes and DTC
For those who have type 1 diabetes, the 2022 federal budget has an amendment added to it, to give the DTC automatically to them. The post Diabetes and DTC appeared first on Canadian Personal Finance Blog

Inflation , TZ3, Interest Rates and #MoneyTalk
Inflation continues on, as do Interest rates, and don't get me started about gas prices, and a bunch of other good stuff to read. The post Inflation , TZ3, Interest Rates and #MoneyTalk appeared first on Canadian Personal Finance Blog

School Fees as a Medical Expense
If your child has a disability, if their schooling is a specialized program for their disability the school fees can be a medical expense. You will need to have a lot of supporting evidence, but it can be claimed. The post School Fees as a Medical Expense appeared first on Canadian Personal Finance Blog

Three Solid Ideas For Your HeLOC
What great things can you do with your HELOC now that interest rates are going up? You would be surprised, here are 3 solid ideas of what you can do with your Secured Line of Credit even with rising interest rates. The post Three Solid Ideas For Your HeLOC appeared first on Canadian Personal Finance Blog

April Ends, Tax Time, Pandemics and #MoneyTalk
The last banking day in April is a good day to pay your taxes, if you owe money. Lots of other fun stuff about April in finances as well. The post April Ends, Tax Time, Pandemics and #MoneyTalk appeared first on Canadian Personal Finance Blog

RDSP Grant Entitlement Statement 2022
Every year an RDSP holder will receive a grant entitlement statement outlining how much in grants and bonds you may receive in the year. The post RDSP Grant Entitlement Statement 2022 appeared first on Canadian Personal Finance Blog

Inflation at 6.7% March 2022 in Canada
Given interest rates in Canada continue to rise in reaction to skyrocketing inflation can the economy survive this swift kick in the lower parts? Time will tell about that one. The post Inflation at 6.7% March 2022 in Canada appeared first on Canadian Personal Finance Blog

Retiring at 40 FIRE!
What does FIRE mean to most folks? Retire by 40? But which 40 are we talking about here? The post Retiring at 40 FIRE! appeared first on Canadian Personal Finance Blog

TD Mutual Funds to Directline?
How hard could it be to transfer funds from a TD Mutual Fund account to a TD Directline account? Surprisingly it is not as easy as it sounds. The post TD Mutual Funds to Directline? appeared first on Canadian Personal Finance Blog

Happy New Year 2022 and #MoneyTalk
Will 2022 be a better year? Who knows? What are the most common passwords used? Come and see. What are the Canadian economic numbers? We have that too. The post Happy New Year 2022 and #MoneyTalk appeared first on Canadian Personal Finance Blog

CPP and EI for 2022
How much CPP and EI will be coming off your pay in 2022? Depends on where you live, but here are some tables to help you out (and reference points for others) The post CPP and EI for 2022 appeared first on Canadian Personal Finance Blog


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