This is a sponsored post that contains affiliate links. Many of us get so caught up in the now that we forget about the importance of preparing for the future. Unfortunately, according to a survey from John Hancock, many of us don’t feel ready for their financial futures. Only a little more than half (53%) […]
After a multi-year hiatus, Mr. Cheap has returned to blogging at http://moneytimeblog.com. Posting on topics from investing to careers to arguing with Mike to frugal living such as this post. Network television and cable TV generally strikes me as one …
Canadians are known to be generous when it comes to charity, 84% gave last year according to a recent BMO poll. Giving means you are helping a worthy cause and you can receive a tax receipt for your donation for tax savings. Though recent studies show Canadians don’t donate to charities to benefit from the […]
I’m not much of a penny pincher. When it comes to the grand scheme of things, I’m more interested in enjoying myself, and getting the best bang for my buck than in getting something as cheaply as possible. But that doesn’t mean I don’t go for value — and it doesn’t mean that I won’t […]
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We’re always told that money should be something that is regarded without emotion. When we make decisions about money, we are supposed to be rational so that we don’t make poor choices. Unfortunately, money stirs strong emotions in us. It’s very difficult to leave emotion out of it entirely. This seems even more apparent when […]
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Most of us have made mistakes with our money. But what happens when you make a big, credit-destroying mistake? And it doesn’t even have to be a massive mistake like those that result in foreclosure or bankruptcy. Simply overlooking a utility bill when you move, or canceling a gym membership improperly, can result in a […]
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While some people manage their money impeccably, most of us are dropping the ball to some degree. Often times, it doesn’t have a serious impact, and we could just stand to be a bit better with our savings or budget a bit more tightly. For those of us really off-track, our poor money habits can […]
The job market is tough right now, and that makes it all the more important for you to stand out when applying for a job. One of the best ways to stand out is to write a cover letter that highlights your qualifications, and catches the positive attention of hiring managers. If you want to […]
No matter what your background, making a great income, saving money, and managing personal finance are important. With this in mind, we’ve discovered seven websites that can help you become an even more effective money manager. Some are brand new, while others have been newly designed. Here they are, in no particular order. The Minimalists […]
Love to be generous with your friends and family? Tired of having the gift giving and “chipping in” budget be out of control when you are scrimping and saving in every other area? It can be hard to have finally carved out the time and money to go have a little fun and have the […]