Debt, Savings


Interest rates are falling – what does that mean to YOU?

The Bank of Canada recently cut the key rate to 0.75% - but that's nothing to Denmark and Switzerland, where the key rate is actually negative(!) (that's right - you can buy a $1000 bond now, and be guaranteed that at the end of its term you will only get $990 back - at some point it makes more sense to keep your money in a shoebox under your bed!)So, what does that mean to YOU?

Choices, Financial Management

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Don’t ever underestimate the importance of money. I know it’s often been said that money won’t make you happy – and this is undeniably true – but everything else being equal, it’s a lovely thing to have around the house.

— Groucho Marx

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