After a divorce, Patty, 49, sold her Toronto home for $1 million, and is finally financially independent. Living a frugal life, should this cleaner now put her money in the stock market? May 3rd

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After a divorce, Patty, 49, sold her Toronto home for $1 million, and is finally financially independent. Living a frugal life, should this cleaner now put her money in the stock market?“I feel very lucky now but I endured a lot to get to financial independence,” Patty said. This includes working 60-hour weeks for most of her life, bouncing from home to home to help raise children, cook and clean.

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