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Posted: August 23rd, 2016 under Advertising, Alternative Investments, Asset Allocation, Banks, Bargains, Book Review, Business News, Career, Children, Communication, Cost of Living, Credit Cards, Debit Cards, Debt, Estate Planning, Exchange-Traded Funds, Finance, Financial Literacy, Financial Planning, Government, Guaranteed Investment Certificates, Insurance, Investments, Magazines, money, Mortgages, Mutual Funds, New Products and Services, Newsletter, Oil & Gas, Pension, Personal Finance, Precious Metals, Principal-Protected Notes, Real Estate, Renovations, Saving, Software, Structured Notes, Taxes, TFSA, Travel, Trust, Video.
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Posted: February 18th, 2015 under Advertising, Alternative Investments, Asset Allocation, Banks, Business News, Communication, Cost of Living, Credit Cards, Debit Cards, Debt, Estate Planning, Exchange-Traded Funds, Finance, Financial Literacy, Financial Planning, Government, Guaranteed Investment Certificates, Investments, Magazines, money, Mortgages, Mutual Funds, New Products and Services, Newsletter, Oil & Gas, Pension, Personal Finance, Precious Metals, Principal-Protected Notes, Real Estate, Renovations, Saving, Structured Notes, Taxes, TFSA, Travel, Trust, Video.
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Generate New Sales: Mark Borkowski
Its your call: How to generate new sales prospects. Humor me for a second. Think back to the last deal you closed and ask you, “Who was the decision maker I had to reach and influence? How did I do it?” The reason I asked you to think about that is because there will always […]
Financial advertising, marketing and sales without the 56% google inefficiency.
Google admits that advertisers wasted their money on more than half of internet ads By http://qz.com/author/zwenerflignerqz/ Online advertising is a fickle thing. It accounts for 20% of the ad industry’s total spending, and over 90% of revenue for the internet giants Google and Facebook. That said, no one seems to have any idea whether it […]
Posted: December 7th, 2014 under Advertising, Alternative Investments, Asset Allocation, Banks, Bargains, Book Review, Business News, Career, Children, Communication, Cost of Living, Credit Cards, Debit Cards, Debt, Estate Planning, Exchange-Traded Funds, Finance, Financial Literacy, Financial Planning, Government, Guaranteed Investment Certificates, Insurance, Investments, Magazines, money, Mortgages, Mutual Funds, New Products and Services, Newsletter, Oil & Gas, Pension, Personal Finance, Precious Metals, Principal-Protected Notes, Real Estate, Renovations, Saving, Software, Structured Notes, Taxes, TFSA, Travel, Trust, Video.
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www.gicrates.ca GICRates.ca Official Site:Best Rate Around
GIC Rates : the online destination place for the best rate around. Guaranteed Investment Certificates. The Canadian GIC Market is worth over 730 billion and is a money maker for top banks. A recent study shows that the average account is worth over $60,000.00 and the majority of assets are with big banks at low […]
Posted: November 11th, 2014 under Banks, Finance, Financial Literacy, Guaranteed Investment Certificates, Investments, money, Personal Finance, Saving, TFSA, Trust.
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Reputation Management in Canada
Reputation Management in Canada – Rob Ford famous mayor of Toronto is now in the fight of his life and political life. It will be a landslide in one way or the other. People, businesses, politicians and governments need reputation management for many reasons and there are all types of mistakes, gaffs, errors, errors […]
Digital Marketing for Financial Services Summit June 10 – 12
Join MONEY.CA at The 4th Annual – DIGITAL Marketing Summit for Financial Services June 10 through June 12 at the Hilton hotel and in downtown Toronto. Be our very special guest and enjoy 25% off on registration then join us for a free lunch at ruthschris.ca You must use CODE:MM25 to enroll as a MONEY […]
Posted: May 24th, 2014 under Advertising, money, Personal Finance, Video.
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www.moneyincanada.ca and moneyincanada.ca stand on guard for thee. The definitive Canadian money site in Canada is called simply MONEY aka www.money.ca above all the main namesake and top ranked site for Canadians and their money considerations and information. Money Information is indeed and important commodity. All the things we do at Money Canada Limited is […]
Posted: April 3rd, 2014 under money.
www.moneyinformation.ca moneyinformation.ca and Money Information respectively are part of The MONEY Network and considered to be sites, landing pages and online destination places for Canadians – MONEY and Canada. Our main site is MONEY.CA please join us for all the right reasons. Money Information and this site is intended for long-term use for public awareness […]
Guildhall Diamonds – Launches shiny new alternative investments site for investment grade diamonds
Shine bright like a diamond. Why pay good money for good diamonds? white diamonds, yellow, diamonds, green diamonds, blue diamonds or red. The markets may go up and down and with it fortunes and lifetime savings are crushed or diminished. There is a good reason for not putting your eggs in one basket. Some say” […]
Best Rate Around – Tax-Free Savings Account
A great and smart idea that needs better marketing. This simple concept of Best Rate Around is unique in concept and may be a cute play on words; but it really means business, big business, big enough that the big banks make a tidy some off each and every year. Now something new Tax-Free Savings […]
Posted: January 27th, 2014 under Banks, Cost of Living, Guaranteed Investment Certificates, money, Mortgages, Newsletter, Personal Finance, Principal-Protected Notes, Taxes, TFSA.
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Everything you wanted to know about financial advertising and the Canadian financial and investment marketplace. The MONEY Media Kit is now available for 2014 and showcased is The MONEY Vertical affectionately known as the 5 Pronged Marketing Attack. Learn more about MONEY – Personal Finance and Financial Literacy. Premium financial companies find out how to attract and retain the attention of your exact target market and never lose it. Differentiation in products, services help but the advice channel is now even more significant with media change.
Posted: December 12th, 2013 under Advertising, Business News, Communication, Financial Literacy, Magazines, money, New Products and Services, Personal Finance, Video.
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The Mortgage Killer – NPA and the big banks Secrets Revealed
The Mortgage Killer – Debt Reduction and Mortgage Elimination – I am a believer a former mortgage broker, financial services executive and industry specialist. In some cases help in the form of tax and credit relief can go a long way with Canadians in trouble or heading for it. One of many ways to reduce debts and plan for success is a windfall or inheritance or a community card. Mortgage Brokers in Canada fill part of the role and a real specialist should be able to make up the gap. A representative or self-representation that helps to negotiate or re-negotiate terms that are fair in the first place and advantageous for the long-term. The Mortgage Killer maybe the answer for a lot of people in trouble that need hand holding, motivation and determination.
The Mortgage Killer – Mortgage and Real Estate Seminar Toronto
The Mortgage Killer-Canadian Mortgage and Real Estate Seminar Nov. 13 Media Release: News for “The Mortgage Killer” Mortgage Seminar Toronto Airport Marriott. November is Financial Literacy Month here is your chance to learn more about mortgages and debt financing from a 40 year veteran that knows more, tells all and shows the dedicated few that […]
New Canadian Money
New Canadian Money – new, fresh, crisp and clean. The new Canadian money is here and MONEY has a license to print. November 7th the new money will be in circulation. See the exclusive preview in Money Magazine on sale now at fine retail establishments including Chapters Indigo. Money is a big important and meaningful subject. There is something in it for everyone – money.ca online and Money Magazine include The Canadian Dollar. News Review and Interviews for what matters most to You and Your Money.
The Ascent of Money
A fantastic story and a brilliant video “The Ascent of Money” a best seller and a thriller revealing a mostly true account of money and the history of money. I sat down with Harvard Professor Niall Ferguson nearly 5 years ago in 2009 in Boston. His ideas and predictions of money could not be more true today. Learn more about this interesting person and more all about the fascinating subject of money. James Dean recalls a half day exploring the history of money with the professor of history and business at Harvard Niall Ferguson.
Posted: September 27th, 2013 under Book Review, Cost of Living, Financial Literacy, Government, money.
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Seneca College – School of Money
Seneca College – makes the money list and one of the top grossing enrollment colleges in Ontario and even Canada. 70,000 part-time and full time student registrations. Not your Grandfathers night school Seneca is mainstream and hi-tech with programs that make practical sense. Learn more…
Weekend Money “OPEN SUNDAYS”
A potential client recently said he had no money in the budget for any sort of advertising but asked how the markets were. I wasted no time and quipped it depends how your marketing is. Everyone somewhere is doing great, really well, better than expected or tell you the truth business sucks. At this point […]
MONEY-CA.COM Stand on Guard for Thee
MONEY CA – money.ca a Canadian website often confused because of the .ca many North Americans confuse the CA for California State in the United States of America. In fact the .ca is the Canadian international brand for websites recognized worldwide and CIRA the Canadian Internet Registry Association registers and administers Canadian sites in Canada. […]
Mortgage Seminar Toronto Airport Marriott – September 11, 2013
Media Release-News For: “The Mortgage Killer” Real Estate Seminar TORONTO, ONTARIO–(Marketwired – Sept. 10, 2013) – Editors Note: There is an image and a video associated with this press release. Media Release – News For: “The Mortgage Killer” and Real Estate Seminar On Wednesday September 11th at 7:30 pm Charles S. Bell invites you to […]
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www.money.ca the online destination place for Canadians their money, personal finance and financial literacy
MONEY a big important and meaningful subject, a lot to cover for anyone in any way shape or form. Where do you start with with a purposefully designed website like MONEY.CA. The money namesake is a great start and “Canadian Money as a focus would be a great place to begin. Not to cover everything […]
How do you eat an elephant? Book Review
How do you eat an elephant? it sounds like a joke, originally an idiom and also a bible reference it has found a home made famous by Frank Wiginton. Any way you think of it “HOW TO EAT AN ELEPHANT” is now the definitive in Canadian personal finance. A step-by-step guide that tells a series of stories that anyone can relate to and reveals the punch line “One bite at a time” to teach the lesson and learning outcome of wealth and success.
Ian Whiting Senior Editor of Money Magazine carefully reads and reviews “HOW TO EAT AN ELEPHANT” by Frank Wiginton published by Wiley and Sons. Learn more about this important Canadian personal finance book, read the review and see the author video interview, get the information and buy this book!
Make, save and preserve more of your money
Money; how do you make, save and preserve more of your money? And that is the question of a lifetime. If everyone knew how to make, save and preserve more money and wealth they would have done it. There are millions of millionaire’s and thousands of billionaire’s in the world so in fact what seems […]
The MONEY Show – “Described Video” for Canadian Financial Literacy
The MONEY® Show is a weekly, high-impact, fast moving, 30 minute, HD, broadcast quality television show that is all about money and personal finance for Canadians. Created by MONEY® Canada Limited, publisher of numerous financial services related products, including MONEY.ca- MONEY Media, Money Newsletter and MONEY® Magazine, .The MONEY® Show brings together the best […]
Money Magazine – Canadian Money Magazine in Canada for Canadians
MONEY® Canada Limited, a 100% Canadian owned financial media company publishes its eagerly anticipated print offering – MONEY® Magazine. MONEY® Magazine is has been in existence for a number of years, and is picking up its momentum now as the Canadian financial markets prepare to enter their busiest time of year. Packed with feature articles from […]
Quebecor saves money $45 million annually with Sun Media Restructuring
Sun Media Corporation announced Tuesday a restructuring initiative expected to result in over $45 million in annual savings. The moves, which include the closure of production facilities in Ottawa and Kingston, include the elimination of nearly 500 positions across the organization. “This restructuring is regrettable but warranted by changes in our industry which force us […]
November 11, 2012 Lest we forget – The Price of Peace and the cost of War
The Arithmetic of War: $9 Million Compared to $9 Billion for Next Generation Fighter The cost of War and the price of Peace Canada has a long history of service to international human rights, diplomacy and democracy. Technology equips every soldier, tank, battleship and fighter jet. The need to be at the forefront of weaponry […]
Posted: November 11th, 2012 under Business News, Cost of Living, Government, money, Newsletter, Taxes.
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“Neither a borrower nor a lender be.”
Not exactly a new quote but one that seems to have stood the test of time – in some respects anyway. For whatever reasons, most “westernised” societies (and most other societies for that matter) have come to regard debt as some measure of success. I know I date myself but I remember an old Andy […]
My Overview of the Canadian Life Insurance Industry
I know that writing this piece is going to provoke a reaction from many fronts – and that is GOOD – it means people are thinking for themselves and challenging the status quo! Regardless, I am going to present my thoughts for your consideration. In concept, insurance has been around since Greek and Roman days […]
Segregated Funds – no they aren’t – they are Individual Variable Insurance Contracts!
IVICs – quite a mouth full – seg funds is so much easier and shorter. Despite the street name, these really are variable insurance contracts – they aren’t mutual funds or any other type of fund actually. Also noteworthy – they are not new either – some seg funds trace their roots back to the […]
Tax Free Savings Accounts explored
TFSAs have now been around for 4 years – introduced in 2009. Let’s look at the background for their introduction. The Canadian and world economies had just been through a major collapse in 2008. People were pulling money out of capital markets. With money removed from markets, investment capital became very scarce. Our Federal Government […]
Term Life Insurance Explained
“Fun is like life insurance; the older you get, the more it costs.” – Kin Hubbard – American Humourist – well, when talking about term life insurance, this is certainly true – the insurance companies even guarantee that the cost will go up in their policies! Term insurance is supposed to be the least-expensive temporary […]
The Pig and The Python – Inter-generational wealth transfer.
Depending on which set of statistics you read or believe, some multiple trillions of dollars are going to change hands over the next decade or so in Canada. From grandparents – the Zoomers to parents – the Boomers to children – Gen X – the grandchildren and maybe the great-grandchildren – Gen Y. It will […]
Principal Protected Notes – fancy name, but what does it mean?
Previous bear markets and subsequent volatility has really made investors gun-shy about putting money into stock markets. People are more concerned about “the return of their money rather than the return on their money” – quote courtesy of Will Rogers – American philosopher. Not surprisingly, guaranteed investing is popular again. A Principal protected Note (PPN) […]
RRSPs (and Spousal RRSPs) – exactly what are they and when should they be used?
Go back to 1957 (sorry, for the younger audience members, probably before you were born!) – this is when RRSPs first came to the financial landscape of Canada. The original intention – it remains the same today – is to encourage Canadians to set money aside to provide for their own post-employment life-style and personal […]
Posted: November 3rd, 2012 under money.
To pay or not to pay? That is the question!
The topic we all love to hate – income taxes – Federal, Provincial or Territorial (plus non-resident taxes for non-Canadians who hold Canadian assets and investments and expat taxes for snowbirds)! To answer the lead question – we don’t HAVE to pay – as long as are prepared to accept the consequences! Assuming most people […]
You and Your money – “nobody cares as much about your money as much as you care about your money”
With apologies to grammar enthusiasts – this is a true statement. Jim Yih is one of the more well-known presenters and financial commentators in Canada and this is the key point (and is a quote directly from him) that he makes during his many educational presentations. You can read more about Jim and his beliefs […]
Posted: November 1st, 2012 under money.
“That’s a wrap Mr. DeMille” Wrap Accounts – a Q and A
With apologies to Cecil, what is a “wrap”? That depends on your perspective – there are two main versions of wrap accounts – traditional and mutual fund. A traditional wrap account offers several different types of investments to help meet the needs of the individual investor. Their main attraction is they offer investors access to […]
Posted: November 1st, 2012 under Investments.
Market Update – Friday September, 9
The Toronto stock exchange was slightly higher in the afternoon, but lost some of its earlier momentum. The S&P/TSX composite index gained 5 points to 12,427. That’s after rising more than 55 points earlier in the session. In commodities, gold prices lost much of their shine. Bullion had risen more than $15 in the morning, […]
Week-end Money Update – August 31, 2012
The Toronto stock market registered a solid gain amid signs of Canadian economic growth and U.S. Federal Reserve chairman Ben Bernanke kept the door open for another round of economic stimulus. The S&P/TSX composite index rose 63 points to 11,949.. The Canadian dollar closed up 67-100ths to 101.45 cents US as Statistics Canada said gross […]
Structured Notes – TD Canadian Banks and Utilities – Series 1 Launch
Principal-Protected Notes – Structured Notes – news, information, data. TD Bank launches new – TD Canadian Banks and Utilities-Linked Principal Protected Notes, Series 1. Learn more about PPN’s and Notes at www.structurednotes.ca and www.principal-protectednotes.ca
Principal-Protected Notes – TD Canadian Annual Equity Plus Notes – Series 12 Closure
Principal-ProtectedNotes.ca PPN’s news, information, new products and closures. Principal-Protected Notes everything you want to know about PPN’s but were afraid to ask.
The Last Post – New 20 Dollar Bill Remembers Vimy Ridge
The Last Post www.lastpostfund.ca – Give a little to those who gave the most. Even a new shinny $20.00 bill or an old won will do the trick. Canadian Veterans have given so much and now need so little in the way of support, thanks and plain appreciation. Thank a Veteran while you still can in less than 10 years you may not see the generation of fighters that saved our our country and preserved our freedom.
Apple Juice – Samsung ordered to pay 1 Billion in Damage
Apple Juice – Samsung ordered to pay 1 Billion in Damages – Apple claims Samsung has copied and pasted its technology. Samsung a top South Korean electronics giant says Apple used its wireless technology without proper compensation.
Gerald Trites – Me and My Money – Technology Thursday
Gerald Trites has technology and information technology down to a science. Trites with practical years of knowledge behind him he continues to explain and explore all things computer related. Gerald has a lot of experience and while in his pursuit to author important e-commerce related information, collateral and books he has some time to carefully […]
The Last Post Fund
We Salute You, In Memory of our Veterans $9,400,000 National Fundraising Campaign Launch. Montreal, Québec – The Last Post Fund has embarked on a national fundraising campaign, entitled In Memory of our Veterans, with Major-General (Retired) Lewis MacKenzie, UE, CM, CMM, MSC, O.Ont, CD as Honorary Chairman for fund raising and Lieutenant-General (Retired) Lou […]
Canadian Financial Authors – Writers and Bloggers
Welcome to money.ca where we look at things differently and for example we see both sides of a coin. In the world of money most know it is a cut-throat business and often times there will be blood in the streets. As governments fold over debt, companies and corporations fail and cities and towns file […]