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If you found a USB stick in the bathroom at work, would you plug it into your computer to see what’s on it? Preying on our inherent curiosity is one clever way cybercriminals try to trick us into making security mistakes in an effort to gain access to sensitive computer systems and launch a cyber .... More »
Disability insurance can be a tricky topic, and misinformation is common. Luckily, insurEye, a Canadian insurance education site, has compiled a list of more than 100 disability myths that need busting. We’ve picked seven that we think are most prevalent. Get personalized quotes from Canad.... More »
Ask MoneySense We have been defrauded of over $20,000 by someone who was able to make unauthorized e-transfers from our bank accounts. The bank has recovered a small portion of them, and it has refused responsibility for any more. I am at level three of the complaint process, and I am wondering how .... More »
Before you make an offer to buy your first home, you’ll have to determine your budget and save up enough money for a down payment (typically about 20% of the home’s value). That’s probably going to be a good chunk of change—Canada’s housing market is expensive, and if you put down less tha.... More »
Owning a home can be a powerful wealth-building tool, but it can also be expensive when you account for mortgage payments, property taxes, insurance premiums, utilities and maintenance. To get a clear picture of how a home purchase impacts your finances, you’ll need to determine how much you ca.... More »
How well are you protected if you have a car accident? Rising deductibles mean your insurance company could get more than you
If you’re awarded a pain and suffering payment of less than $44,000 in Ontario, the money goes to your insurance company and you get nothing. But there are things you can do to protect yourself.