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Working past 65 makes great sense for a lot of Canadians. But if you have to do so for economic reasons, health insurance should be part of your plan.
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When you weigh the costs of owning your car against how much you actually use it, you may decide it’s time to park it for good.
The Globe and Mail’s personal finance columnist has a new book out called “How Not to Move Back in With Your Parents.” It ought to be required reading.
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Canada’s debt-to-income ratio is at a record high. If you’re worried about yours, here are five simple ways to manage your spending.
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Getting a first credit card is almost a rite of passage into adulthood, but how do you ensure your teen doesn’t get trapped in debt? Consider these six tips.