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GIC: The Illusion of a Guaranteed Return

Nine years after the financial crisis, many investors remain hesitant to get back in the stock market. While the shock was indeed major, many funds ended up recovering their losses within a year later. What happened then, as the crisis was unfolding, was that major banks and institutions unwinded their marketing powerhouse to benefit from people’s fear. GIC: The Illusion of a…

Three Ways to Make More Money as a Student

As a brand new semester begins, many students are asking themselves how to increase their revenues in 2017 in order to plan new projects or pay back last year’s frivolities. Here are 3 ways to increase your income as a student: Three Ways to Make More Money as a Student was last modified: July 1st, 2017 by Wayakan

Exchange Traded Funds vs. Mutual Funds: The Value of Advice

What’s so appealing about Exchange Traded Funds (ETFs)? They can offer annual fees of less than 1%! After all, why pay more when you can invest at almost zero cost? But is it true that ETF are less expensive? Exchange Traded Funds vs. Mutual Funds: The Value of Advice was last modified: July 1st, 2017 by Wayakan

5 Solutions to Get Rid of Debts Without Affecting your Credit

Have you ever looked at your credit card balance wondering what went wrong? Here are 5 solutions that will leave your credit score unspoiled while helping you build solid foundations for the future!

Incorporation 101: A Guide for Quebec’s Entrepreneurs

Entrepreneurship is booming like never before in Quebec, which makes it even more interesting to explore the opportunities available to our local entrepreneurs. Incorporation 101: A Guide for Quebec’s Entrepreneurs was last modified: July 1st, 2017 by Wayakan

Let’s Understand Life Insurance!

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No! Life insurance is not the same as home or car insurance. Here are the three types of life insurance, and why you should or should not get them.

4 Things Every Future Parent Should Know

Future Parent

Preparing for your first child could be challenging! Here are 4 things every future parent should know.

Purchasing your First House in 4 Easy Steps

Buying a first house is a major step in one’s life. Here’s how to make the whole process easier in 4 easy steps.

Dear Parents, What Do You Know About the RESP?

Maximizing your family’s RESP might be the best way to enjoy both the RRSP & TFSA’s benefits, while keeping your money near you.

Using the RRSP: A Guide for All Ages

Meet the Registered Retirement Savings Plan: Many know about it, some use it, but very few actually know how to optimize it.