One of the biggest – and yet most easily overcome – obstacles to living the life of...
For the past week or so I’ve been considering writing a post on the topic of Personal Financial Management for people with variable income (small business owners, commissioned salespeople, entrepreneurs, consultants…). Here it is!Read More
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?Read More
With the new year comes a flurry of New Year’s Resolutions. Year after year, along with losing weight and quitting smoking, improving your finances is one of the most common resolutions. And year after year, by mid-January or so, gym memberships start going unused, and most people abandon any hope of actually living up to those resolutions.
So – is this year going to be different?Read More
Don’t tell me where your priorities are. Show me where you spend your money and I’ll tell you what they are.