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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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Mindset Definition: A fixed mental attitude or disposition that predetermines a person’s responses to and interpretations of situations. What is your mindset around money? Here are five quick questions, answer them truthfully. Then ask yourself is my debt a result of circumstances or poor decision making. Are you honest with yourself and/or your spouse […]
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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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. […]
Posted: September 13th, 2013 under Business News, Communication, Cost of Living, Magazines, money, Newsletter, Personal Finance.
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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 […]
Together or Apart
Together or Apart? Do you keep your money to yourself, the old what’s mine is MINE or do you share your finances and the responsibility with your partner? This is a great conversation starter, which often evokes a highly emotional response. Over the years I have met with couples and in the […]
Take Ownership OWNERSHIP. Use this as your “mantra” for 2013 and you can experience a new way of living. I am not talking about purchasing a new vehicle or a new home; I am talking about taking ownership of your personal finances. What are your limiting beliefs or roadblocks preventing you from honestly embracing your […]
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 […]
Posted: March 2nd, 2013 under Children, Cost of Living, Financial Literacy, Personal Finance.
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Avoidance….. As young children we learn to avoid, it is human nature. My two daughters try every day it seems to avoid certain chores, or tasks. Take homework for example: children need to learn how to use a day planner and how to break down the large assignments into small achievable daily tasks. Avoiding the […]