Finding the right home for you comes down to three chief factors: affordability, lifestyle, and your future needs.
Most Canadians are familiar with residential mortgages.
Inflation can greatly benefit consumers with large, fixed-rate debts, and fixed-rate mortgage holders are at the top of the list.
Residents of Montreal could be forgiven for thinking they were in attendance at the Hatter’s mad tea party recently.
Spring is in the air, and Mother Nature isn’t the only one showing signs of recovery after a long winter.
While interest payments on home loans aren’t exactly tax deductible, there are a couple ways to potentially turn a mortgage into a tax-saving tool.
Amid global financial turmoil, many Canadians are seeking the calm certainty of conservative long-term investments, a new survey reveals.
As global economic uncertainty, unstable stock markets and a potential housing slowdown continue to make headlines, many Canadians are unsure if they are financially prepared for retirement.
Perhaps jumping into the stock market has turned out to be more of a chore than you and your child anticipated. If savings bonds and GICs are not offering the rates of return you and your child would like to see their savings yielding, mutual funds are a promising alternative. At current Canadians have well …
How to Pick your Stocks Now that your child is proficiently handling their chequing account, making debits and deposits responsibly, and has assessed their risk tolerance, it is time to locate an investment vehicle that will see their savings dollars grow. While an allowance and monetary birthday/holiday gifts might line the accounts, authoress Katherine R. …