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Q. Several investment sources are giving advice that seems contradictory. On the one hand, it is often preached that the key to smart investing is having a long-term view. That is, buy and hold good-quality stocks for long periods of time (10-plus years). It is argued this kind of passive approach, .... More »
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It seems like personal loans are the choice number one nowadays. When things don’t go according to the plan, or simply when it’s hard to make ends meet, the first thing that falls on our minds is personal loans. They are like the easiest solution to our problems. It doesn’t take a lot to recei.... More »
Q. I am still working, and also receive Canada Pension Plan (CPP) and Old Age Security (OAS) benefits. If I get laid off from work, as it appears will happen soon, would I qualify for the government COVID-19 income? I am 69 years old. –Tom A. The Canadian government has unveiled massive financial .... More »
Would you save 70% of your income so you could retire early? Meet FIRE advocate Scott Rieckens, on track to retire at 41
We talked to filmmaker and author Scott Rieckens about his new book, Playing With FIRE: How Far Would You Go for Financial Freedom?