The key to building financial literacy is to start the conversations early so your child is ready to handle their personal finances when they leave home.
Today’s headlines focus on a global pandemic that’s ravaging our physical health. In all the noise, it is easy to miss the way another scourge is quietly destroying our financial health.
Spring is in the air and like most Canadians you are probably engaged in spring cleaning, throwing out stuff you don’t want, getting rid of the clutter built up over the winter, and maybe buying new stuff like patio furniture, garden supplies or a new Bar B Q.
Every Saturday night on G98.7FM, without fail, between 7pm to 10pm, Karl the Hitman Marshall treats oldies lovers to the musical gems that had them dropping dance moves like the prep, the worm and electric slide as teenagers.
The RRSP deadline is just around the corner and many Canadians are thinking about putting money into their RRSPs and this is a good thing, because like it or not, all of us will, at some point in the future, retire (as in stop working) and will need income that will hopefully last until we depart this earth.