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Every Canadian wants to pay less tax. And the common goal at tax season is to claim every credit and deduction to minimize the tax bite. There are some simple steps you can take to reduce your tax liability. Missing a deduction or making an error means you are paying the taxman too much. Cleo …
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When many of us think of credit cards, we don’t immediately think of ways in which they can enhance our lives and our finances. Too often, we see them as necessary evils, or as nefarious traps designed to hold us in financial bondage. The flip side of that view, though, is that credit cards can …
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Since I’m steeped in the world of personal finance, just about everyone I know is all about getting rid of high-interest consumer debt. While there are lively debates about the acceptable level of low-interest debt, and debt used as leverage, most of those I know in the PF world agree that carrying high-interest balances month …
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We believe financial education is an essential part of life for everyone, not just the rich or the poor. Money cannot buy happiness, but it can make things easier if used responsibly. Unfortunately our education system does not believe in financial education or responsibility, we live in a very dissipating society where we are flooded by advertisements and the need for immediate gratification.