Where to Buy Properties in Canada

Though Canada has a very similar lifestyle and quality of life as in the United States, the real estate market there is much more stable. The Canadian real estate market didn’t experience the crash that the States experienced, and in the last few years, has gone up in value, making great returns for those who invested. It’s difficult to generalize the entire country’s market, so we have broken it up into cities that might be interesting for potential American investor.

Toronto

No, it’s not the capital of Canada, but it is its biggest city, boasting a population of 2.8 million, …

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Ways You Are Jeopardizing Your Wealth

Sure, maybe money isn’t the most important thing to everyone, certainly you have always heard that money doesn’t equal happiness, but there is a fine line on needed enough money to live off, especially during the retirement years when you should be able to leave the workforce behind and enjoy out your remaining years stress-free.  Soon enough you’ll be of retirement age, so it’s best to focus on your personal wealth sooner than later, otherwise you will either be playing catch up, or have little to live off.

Putting Off Saving

A 401(k) account is a great way to save …

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4 of the Biggest Credit Card Myths

While there are virtually endless amounts of credit card offers that come in the mail, or you have one that you’ve had but only keep for emergencies, you may not be taking full advantage of the benefits of all that a credit card can do for you.  While they may have had a bad reputation in the past, there are actually more pros then cons for having one, as long as you can curb the spending, so ignore any myths that are out there.

Having a Card is Unnecessary

Well, it’s not life or death that you have a …

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Money Moves to Improve Personal Finance

Handing the household finances is a tough job, in fact it is one that should not be tackled alone.  If you have a significant other, should work together as a team, after all it’s both of your money, or if you are living alone, it’s always a good idea to bring in a family member or friend that you can trust, or even better, a financial advisor.  If you are looking to give your personal finance a boost, try starting a few behaviors that may help.

Build Up an Emergency Fund

You never know what life is going to throw …

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Why to Use a Credit Card for Every Purchase

Credit cards used to get a bad reputation.  I remember being a kid and always hearing the perception that if you used a credit card it meant you didn’t have the money, like you were broke or something, but whether that was just my ignorance or not, that is certainly not the case anymore.  There are so many pros to using a credit card, that I have since put my debit card away and only use a credit card now for every purchase.  The trick is just not to spend too much so you can pay the full statement …

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Overpriced Items to Look to Avoid

One of the best way to come in under budget each month is to not only reduce impulse and unnecessary expenses, but to also reduce necessary monthly expenses as well.  If your monthly food budget is say $500, if you find a way to come in at $400 instead, you can use that $100 to invest that will grow considerably more over time instead of whatever you were going to buy in its place.  With just a few tweaks in the purchases we may, we can go from spending money on overpriced items to save money each month.

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Smart Ways to Boost Your Credit Score

First impressions are lasting, and there is nothing more important to the eyes of the lender than your credit score to see if you are worthy as a borrower.  The higher the score, the better, in order to take advantage of the most favorable rates on the market.  Your score can affect your loan approval or denial, so whether you have had credit troubles in the past or are looking for ways to give it a boost, there are important behaviors to continue to possess in order to continue to see your credit score rise.  You can now see your …

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4 Ways to Teach Children the Responsibility of Money

As our children get older we are focused so much about protecting them for the safety, but what about their financial safety as well?  One day they will start to make their own money, own homes, get married, and hopefully live financially responsible without making bad financial decisions like missing payments, going to debt, or excessive spending, so it is up to us to teach kids about money as early as possible so they can not only take financial responsibilities seriously, but to make the right decisions.

Live Within Your Means

The simple reason that we go into debt is …

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Signs You Might Be a Little Too Cheap

There’s a difference between being frugal and being cheap.  Even being frugal has its quirks where it could be easy to be made fun of when it comes to spending money, or lack of, as well as re-using items that you probably should throw away, but being cheap is just a whole other level.  I’ve been around cheap people in my life and I told myself I would never be that way, so look out for signs that you might be a little too cheap.

Suffering Without Air Conditioning

August is really the hottest part of the summer, so …

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The Ins & Outs of Online Trading Courses

When you are stuck in a dead-end cubicle job, you are looking for any viable way out. Enrolling in online trading courses is key to becoming a profitable day trader, which can give you the financial freedom to say goodbye to the office job that you never loved.

With Warrior Trading you can enroll in day trading courses that put you onto an accelerated path that can bring you to a viable level of profitability, without taking up too much of your time. The key is being able to absorb and understand the Warrior strategies of momentums day trading, swing …

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