By: Daniel Rattanamahattana on September 24, 2012

Managing personal finance is one of the toughest jobs you'll do in your life. With so many different credit cards on the market and advertisers reaching the public through multiple media channels both on and offline, it’s very easy to fall into the habit of sticking all of your purchases onto one card.

By: Gary Parkinson on September 24, 2012

In Canada there’s one constant that we all can relate to; complaining about the weather. In the winter it’s far too cold and in the summer it’s far too hot, we never seem satisfied with nature and instead we find ways of coping with it.

By: Justin Leung on September 24, 2012

The global economy is far from perfect; in fact, perfect is not even on the radar right now. But as countries around the world continue to struggle with debt particularly those in Europe; Canada’s central bank has kept the key interest rate steady at 1 percent while central banks in other countries talk of making cuts to stimulate their economies.

By: Cliff Ritter on September 24, 2012

In tough economic times people live on very tight budgets. Worries about wages, jobs, and when interest rates on outstanding debt will rise if the economy takes a huge nosedive tend to slow consumer spending down amid fear the world may slip back into a financial free fall. 

By: Gary Parkinson on September 24, 2012

In Ontario, auto insurance injury benefits have decreased significantly over the course of the past year. In 2012, insurance companies have paid out $300 in injury benefits for every car in the province.

By: Daniel Rattanamahattana on September 24, 2012

A small business that mixes savings with social media has in four years helped users save almost $3 billion to reach savings goals. It is an idea that was conceived during the heart of the recession when savings were all the concern as credit faded away.

By: Daniel Rattanamahattana on September 24, 2012

Over the course of the past few years, the Canadian housing market has experienced a boom. With more people buying homes, prices have shoot through the roof. While it seems as though there are very few inexpensive areas for real estate at the moment, that is not the case.

By: Cliff Ritter on September 24, 2012

The voice of the little guy is often drowned out by the big raging bully in the room. Size and strength in some cases, unfortunately do matter especially when it comes to regulation in an industry.

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