3 Ways to Avoid Holiday Debt Regret

Written by Yuki Hayashi 3 minute read $583: that’s the average amount Canadians planned to spend on gifts last holiday season. According to results of the CPA Canada Holiday Spending Monitor Update, a national poll conducted by Nielsen for the Chartered Professional Accountants of Canada, a whopping 50% of respondents normally don’t set a budget … Continue reading 3 Ways to Avoid Holiday Debt Regret

5 Simple Ways to Improve Yourself This September

Written by Rachel Dong & Barry Choi 3 minute read F. Scott Fitzgerald said it best: “Life starts all over again when it gets crisp in the fall”. September is National Self-Improvement Month, a perfect opportunity to start anew and reach those personal development goals that you’ve been putting off the whole summer. As the … Continue reading 5 Simple Ways to Improve Yourself This September

Find your Financial Bliss

Posted by Tasneem Panchbhaya  How many of you have found yourself in a situation where you looked at your recent credit card statement and are in disbelief by what you see, because like most, people are now tapping/swiping their cards without giving it much thought, and bringing your spendure to more than expected? Or, have … Continue reading Find your Financial Bliss