The Canadian Budget Planner is a first-of-its-kind printable budget specifically created for the digital spender. Packed full of 14 different financial documents to help you get out of debt, plan for financial goals, make a budget, and track your spending. Read on to learn more.
How To Become a Dividend Investor
So, you want to become a dividend investor? Investing in the stock market can be intimidating, especially if you are new to it. However, by learning about different strategies and approaches, it can also become an amazing way to grow your wealth and reach financial freedom. Becoming a dividend investor can be an attractive approach […]
What a Budget is and is not.
Learn about what a budget really is from Deidre at Ohh You Budget.
Insurance Basics for Canadian Families
Here are some life insurance basics every Canadian family should know! When you’re budgeting for day-to-day life with your family, life insurance might be the last thing on your mind. It’s not fun to think about, but it’s important to have a plan in place in case the unimaginable were to happen. As a parent, […]
Five Affirmations in a Bear Market
Take a deep breath … relax … exhale … repeat. Yes, there is a bear market. It’s now official, with the S&P 500 Index down more than 20%. But we’ll get you through this with some daily affirmations since it’s been shown that a positive attitude leads to a positive outcome. Here are five bear market […]
How To Get Unbiased Financial Advice
In the world of finances, there is almost always quite a large knowledge imbalance between the client and the provider. So how can we try to get unbiased financial advice? How do we know if the person helping us has our best interests in mind, or is just looking to bag a commission, regardless of […]
Employer Pension Match
Here is how spending just 10 minutes made me $130k over the last 12 years. Employer Pension Plans If your employer provides a pension plan, Group RSP or 401k program, you are among the lucky ones. Taking just 10 minutes to contact your HR department and register for the Pension Plan is a very easy way […]
Making a budget you can actually stick to
Welcome to Canadianbudget.ca‘s 8 steps to making a budget and financial plan Canadians can actually stick to! You will learn all the steps required to improve your financial situation, and create a budget that is flexible and will help you meet your goals. This is going to be one of the longest posts on this […]
Planning A Maternity Leave
As Canadians we are very lucky there is an official parental leave policy that offers us some financial support to take time away from work to be with our babes. You may think you don’t need to be financially funding maternity leave, because we get EI. I’m here to tell you, depending on your income, the […]
Business Vs. Personal Budgeting
In this article on the ins and outs of personal and business budgeting, I am pleased to welcome guest writer Anthea Austin from Clear Margin Consulting! Anthea is an accountant, bookkeeper and outsource CFO located in Vancouver, BC, Canada. She works with small businesses to help them truly understand how their business is performing and […]