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You've purchased a U.S. property — and when it comes to paying the bills that come with it, being taxed like a Canadian is a good thing
Missing the RRSP deadline for making your maximum 2012 contribution can be very costly...
While a low interest rate is always good, there are other important factors you should consider before signing on the dotted line
As you move closer to retirement age, you'll be drawing on your accumulated wealth to meet retirement expenses...
1. Be realistic about whether or not your current investments will deliver an adequate level of income...
The Home Buyer's Plan allows you to borrow from investments held in your RRSP for the purchase of your first home...
Here are 10 essential financial planning tips to make that resolution a 2013 reality
Ensure you have the right travel insurance in place so you'll have a worry-free vacation...
'Tis the season for gifting and that can mean getting carried away and spending more than your budget can bear
Developing strong money management skills should be among the most important for helping your kids achieve their life goals
Many Canadian families are still of the 'traditional' kind but blended families are on the rise...
Ten tips for dealing with finances in common-law relationships
Let's look at the differences between mortgage life insurance offered by most lending institutions and personal life insurance
Most lending institutions offer mortgage insurance when you arrange a mortgage but before you say yes, here are a few things to think about
You may think that you will never be a victim of fraud, but unless you take the right precautions it could happen to you
Now that retirement is just around the corner, you're thinking of making that part-time cottage life your year-round life
You should put a succession plan in place that ensures your hopes for your business are realized
Donating publicly-traded securities (such as shares or mutual fund units) directly to a charity is more tax-efficient
Many mature Canadians now have the health and wealth and, most importantly, the desire to give back to their community
Debt is the stealth bomb that erodes financial stability and even relationships