Investor insights

Looking for information, tips and resources to take charge of your financial future? You’ve come to the right place. We’ve created and curated a series of articles to help answer some of your top financial questions. Check back on a regular basis to get the latest insights.

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Businesses see higher inflation, wages and job changes, Bank of Canada reports
Budgeting in the digital age: Why you should track your spending to the last penny
Economy shrank 0.1 per cent in July before August rebound, StatCan reports
If these 3 things apply to you, it’s time to adjust your budget right now
The three jar method: Raising financially responsible kids and building savings habits early
How to make a debt reduction plan that works for you
New to the workforce? 4 money moves to make
Is severance pay taxable in Canada? If so, how much income tax can you expect to pay?
How to get out of debt
Annual pace of inflation hits 3.7 per cent in July, largest rise since 2011
What’s so great about diversification?
5 essential saving tips for permanent work-from-home employees
Can your emergency fund ever be too big?
What affects your credit score in Canada? And what doesn’t.
What’s the difference between a loan and a line of credit?
2 reasons you really need an emergency fund before buying a home
How to make a budget: The ultimate guide
Retirement basics: Understanding how RRIFs work
What is an RRSP over-contribution and what you can do about it?
17 simple rules to live within your means
What is the minimum credit score required for a mortgage in Canada?
How to use an All-in-One ETF in your TFSA
What is asset allocation? How can it impact your investment portfolio?
5 questions to determine your ideal investing strategy
Do you know how many recurring payments you have?
An overview of mortgage closing costs in Canada
Jump-start your wealth: The guide to maximizing your money
How to buy a house in Canada: 10 steps to buying a home
4 behaviours that could make you a millionaire
This is what adults in their 50s have saved for retirement. How does your nest egg compare?
Asked to co-sign? What to know before co-signing a mortgage or loan
3 investing lessons I wish I had learned sooner
4 investing lessons of 2020 to remember for the next market crash
How much do you need for a down payment on a house?
How to cancel a credit card and what to consider first
5 reasons new investors should consider All-in-One ETFs
4 ways to be a more confident investor
Sustainable investing: 5 questions answered on ESG ratings
Sustainable investing for young investors
How to make your RRSP or TFSA sustainable
Why sustainable investing does not mean lower returns
5 ways for Canadian investors to invest sustainably
How to establish an investing strategy as a newbie
The 7 biggest money mistakes I made in my 20s
Healthy financial habits start young
What is a mortgage? Understanding how mortgages work in Canada
How to automate your finances
Locked down for winter? 3 ways to use it to your financial advantage
Understanding how the stock market works
3 major financial planning issues facing women
Common asset allocation rules of thumb
Is your money burning a hole in your pocket? Here’s what to do with it
Women and investing: Key findings and opportunities
How to model good financial behaviours for your kids
4 steps to crank up your retirement savings
Saving isn't enough. Investing is your next step
6 of the top ways you can make money online
SRI vs. ESG vs. Impact investing: What's the difference?
The importance of creating cash flow in retirement
How to use tax loss harvesting to boost your portfolio
Financial principles to get you through the year ahead
8 investing tips for people who don't follow the market
Your money match: Before entering into a serious money relationship, self-assessment is in order
Is now the time to rebalance your investment portfolio?
Defined benefit vs. defined contribution: What is the best pension?
6 ways to make this year's tax season easier
Taking a lump sum payment? What you need to consider first
How to make money while you sleep
50/15/5: A saving and spending rule of thumb
What's new - or old - this RRSP season
3 investment risk-management moves every retiree should make
Why you should use a TFSA to save for retirement
How much money do you need to retire?
How to teach your child about responsible spending
3 ways to ensure you have the right asset-allocation model before investing
A little financial housekeeping at the end of the year can help on your taxes
5 tips for making smart investments in 2021
5 critical things to check in your end-of-year retirement portfolio review
4 keys steps to start investing once your debt is under control
Why you need a retirement plan
6 steps to help you overcome your fear of investing
Picking a pandemic side gig takes hustle
4 reasons your debt-to-income ratio is so important
5 ways millennials can turn financial stress into financial wellness
New to the workforce? Make your first paycheque work for you
Pursuing his master's means doubling his debt
Understanding how preferred shares work
Retirement basics: Understanding how RRIFs work
CPP contributions: How much CPP will I receive when I retire?
4 lies we tell ourselves about money and how to get it straight
How COVID-19 impacts the "Sandwich Generation"
How to apply for CPP: What you need to know
Personal finance for young adults: Alternative assets
What’s the difference between minimalism and frugality?
Global markets rocket higher on vaccine news, US election
5 ways to ditch debt and better manage your money
Get comfortable with your finances before your I Do's
Here's what to do as Canada student loan payments resume
Personal finance for young adults: Stocks vs. bonds
How to be financially prepared for an emergency
4 asset allocation mistakes and how you can avoid them
How to make a will – what you need to know
Budgeting basics for post-secondary students
How to handle money effectively as a blended family
Canadian inheritance tax: Is there such a thing?
A down market presents charitable giving possibilities
Working with a financial advisor
5 smart ways to use spare cash during the pandemic
Financial organization skills you should know after retirement
5 time-tested tactics in bear markets
Is dollar-cost averaging in volatile markets better than investing a lump sum?
4 key financial goals for millennials
8 money mistakes to avoid in your 20s
3 ways ETFs are perfect for retirement
10 timeless investing principles
3 ways to be frugal without being cheap
Personal finance for young adults: Strategic philanthropy
How to calculate how much house you can afford
The resilience factor: how to apply it to improve your financial life
How the first time home buyer incentive works
Some older personal finance rules may no longer apply, experts say
Personal finance for young adults: Savings basics and the power of compounding
2020 Canadian tax brackets: what you need to know
What is the Canada Learning Bond?
5 steps for making a solid financial plan for your family
How much of your retirement savings should be invested in the stock market?
3 steps to take if you're in your 40s with no retirement savings
Five ways to handle an inheritance
Retirement income options
About fees: MERs explained
Planning for retirement income: Five key retirement factors

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