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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

Merry Christmas 2021
It has been quite the year. There is hope that the coming year will be better. I have said that a few times, but 2021 certainly does fit the bill. The post Merry Christmas 2021 appeared first on Canadian Personal Finance Blog

Use Your Calendar
Use your Calendar on your email system or on-line to make sure all of your bills get paid on time and so you don't accidentally overdraft. The post Use Your Calendar appeared first on Canadian Personal Finance Blog


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