This article originally appeared on cbc.ca as part of the #FinanicallyUnfiltered series. There are a few questions I get asked a lot, all about our family planning. Let’s face it: being an adult is hard, and talking about money is...
The holidays are all about indulging, but unfortunately bank accounts and credit cards aren’t excluded. So if you went a little crazy this year, follow Vancouver-based financial guru Holler For Your Dollar’s five tips to remedy a financial hangover and your 2015 bank account will be looking a whole lot healthier
Holler For Your Dollar breaks away from everything that normal – or traditional – financial educational institutions and programs have put out there. It’s a no BS approach to real world finances for business, entrepreneurs, and youth. Far from boring, Holler For Your Dollar will leave you excited for your future finances
What are your vices? That’s the question that kicked off the panel discussion at Credit Education Week’s Money Talks luncheon on November 13th. As we learned, nearly all Canadians admit to impulse spending, and nearly all admit to having a particular spending vice. The solution? Four simple words
An important part of living a balanced and responsible life as a young professional is having a firm handle on our finances. We pay our bills on time, contribute to a retirement fund, meet regularly with our financial advisor, and live according to a realistic budget. We should be good, right?