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How One Complaint Fixed My Life

Generally you’ll have a lot more fun if you live in gratitude and focus on the good rather than if you complain and dwell on the negative. These are lessons you probably already live by – but ones that took me awhile to really “get”. Still, I know that once in a while it really […]

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3 Ways to Get Good Small Business Loans with Bad Credit

There are 3 ways you can get an inexpensive small business loan with bad credit. Before you do anything, it’s important to know what your credit score is. 1. Know your credit score. Your score means different things to different lenders. The better the score, the more available money will be. Know what it is and […]

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How To Know If You Are Financially On Track

How do you know if you are on the right path financially or not? There are so many metrics and benchmarks to consider; income, net worth, home equity, spending, investment balances and on and on. In fact, there is so much data at your disposal these days you can easily get lost in the thicket. […]

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How To Be A Great Leader At Work

Throughout your life, you’re going to be a leader and a follower on many different “teams”. This is important. Your ability to “lead and/or play well with others” at work is a critical success factor for career advancement. Why is it so important to be good at leading and following? First, if you are a […]

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How To Resolve Work Conflicts

When you’ve got problems at work, you’ve got real problems. If you and your co-workers are at odds, almost nothing good can come out of it. This is true no matter who carries the day. And it doesn’t matter if you are having a problem with someone at your own level, a subordinate or even […]

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What happens when a bond matures?

If you own bonds you already know that when it comes due (matures) you are supposed to get your money back. The question is, how does that happen? You might think this is a straight forward process – and it can be. But it depends on how you hold the bonds. That’s because there are […]

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Reduce your Taxes – Income Splitting Strategies

A portion of this article was originally written in June 2009, but relevant today due to the removal of the income splitting Family Tax Cut which allowed a family to notionally transfer up to $50,000 from the higher income spouse to the lower when filing taxes.  While many will take a hit from elimination of this tax benefit […]


Banking as a Couple – BMO PlanShare Review

This is a sponsored post written by me on behalf of BMO. I was a little hesitant at first when BMO contacted me to review one of their product features.  The reason is that most retail bank account usually involves high fees.  However, after reading more about BMO PlanShare, I started to see the possibilities for […]


Investing 101: Start Small and Be Consistent

When the talk turns to investing, many people shut down. “I can’t invest, I don’t have enough money,” is a common refrain. The good news is that you don’t need a large chunk of capital to start investing. Thanks to today’s resources, it’s possible to start investing when you have as little as $25. There […]

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Do You Feel Prepared for Your Financial Future?

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%) […]

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