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 […]
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 […]
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.
Manage money as a couple As a couple gets more serious, they need to decide how they will manage their money as a couple. Key triggers for this step are normally moving in together or getting married. There are three general styles on how couples can manage their money as a pair. No matter what […]