There are two main types of investing: active and passive.
Active investing is typically for people who have a deep understanding of the investments they are working with. They are trying to time the market by buying an investment when it is low, and growing it to the point where it’s grown enough…
By day, Matt Matheson is a teacher and assistant principal, but when the day is done he takes on his role of Canada’s newest personal finance blogger.
Matt started writing at methodtoyourmoney.ca in October 2017 and since then has gotten the attention of some major personal finance publications.
Eric Brotman understands that a relationship with a financial planner is a multi-generational thing.
I talk about this a lot on the show, but it’s all about a holistic plan that takes into account all the financial aspects of your life, and it’s about reviewing the plan once or twice a year and c…
In 2011, Cait Flanders had credit card debt of $30,000, no more available credit, $100 in the bank, and had to move back in with her parents.
Cait decided to reboot the blog she had previously deleted, called Blonde on a Budget, hoping that writing about it would help with her debt repayment and st…
Update: Carrot Rewards now has over 750,000 users in Canada!
What if I told you that you would get a reward every time you went for a walk?
Ok, sometimes I’ll reward myself by walking to the donut shop, but I’m not talking about that kind of reward.
Carrot Rewards is a free app for your smartphon…
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