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Ever Feel Like an ATM on Wheels?

The Prosperity Factor for Canadian Kids, by Kelley Keehn, helps parents teach youngsters about money so they can become financially fit. 
 

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New Financial Planning Strategies for Women

Recent polls indicate women are less prepared financially both during their working years and as they approach retirement. Does that sound like you? Continue reading

Snowball Your Family Out of Debt and Into a Happier Future

Canadians are in debt. According to a recent report from Equifax Canada, the average Canadian holds $20,759 in debt, excluding mortgages. Most of us didn’t get into debt all at once, either. Sure, big-ticket emergencies can drive a person into … Continue reading