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Financial columnist Doreen Smith on dealing with the post-Christmas personal finance crunch.
The TFSA limit has been increased by the federal finance department due to the increase in the cost of living.
The pressure of shopping, socializing, organizing family events and the expense of buying gifts and food contributes to a stressful month.
Planing for retirement is essential to enjoying our old age.
There are many good deals in every season of the year. Now the fall season is here, there are some discount fall offers for savvy shoppers.
We now live longer so we will collect these pensions over a longer period of time than previous generations.
Almost 50 per cent of all people who should have a will don't. Many others who have an existing will should consider updating it.
Money issues can make a couple happy and work together in life…or eventually dissolve a relationship.
The changes were made in an attempt to keep consumer spending in check.
It is important to spend some time in pre-retirement to plan what you will do “for the rest of your life”.
Whether you are in debt and trying to become debt free, there are some investment strategies to let you where you are financially.
Life insurance is a consumer product we buy and hope we never have to use.
This is the time of year when Canadians receive their annual tax refund.
When I discuss debt repayment or saving money in an emergency fund, the comparison is based on low interest rate costs.
Investing in RRSPs is important. It is especially important when employer pension plans are declining.
Be mindful that the deadline for your 2011 tax return is April 30.