finances

Finances

This post has been sponsored by Mastercard Canada. Whether your summer travel plans include trips to the cottage to enjoy the warmer temperatures with your families, a ‘staycation’, or a visit to an international destination, […]

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Do you want to own a home? Start a business? Make a major purchase? Associated Bank is helping people everywhere find their inspiration with My InspirationBank.com, a website designed to help inspire users to take action […]

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Our family has never been the budget friendly type. Impulse purchases and energy directed on things that are not priorities have left us with very little savings. Our bills are paid each month, our credit […]

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I love and appreciate my husband, but scheduling doctor’s appointments for the kids, signing up for parent-teacher conferences, and even setting up play dates is not his thing. We are a family where he is […]

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I come from a background of working in the credit card industry, and I’ve seen a lot of what can happen when children aren’t taught how money works – and doesn’t work – both from […]

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As smart, capable women, we meet a variety of needs and face a storm of “must-do”s every day. Filters changed on the furnace? Done. Kids to their yearly check ups? Got it. A 5pm deadline […]

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Educating your child on finances can start at any age. It is very important for them to grow up with knowledge of when to save and when to spend. Guest contributor Jacqui from Single Parent […]

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Kelly Curtis - Professional speaker, writer and counselor

*** Monthly Feature Column *** Positively Speaking Building Assets in your Kids by Kelly Curtis, M.S., author of Empowering Youth: How to Encourage Young Leaders to Do Great Things. The housing market is down. Unemployment’s […]

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