Canada’s top-rated charities 2020: By sector

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To make it easier for you to give where you want to make a difference, we’ve organized this year’s Top 100 charities into eight...

Canada’s top-rated charities 2020: Overview

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Yes, it's nice to get a tax break on charitable donations—but even better to know that the charities you give to are using your...

10 things you can do to save money and eliminate debt

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Easy tips to get you started on your personal finance journey. ...

Who’s afraid of big, bad debt?

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A new survey confirms we’re all worried about how much we owe—but Generation X is taking it the hardest, while Millennials are optimistic about...

How to keep your holiday spending in check

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Avoid the dreaded debt hangover by heading into the holidays with a budget for not just gifts, but also parties, travel and other purchases....

The gift of not giving

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Discarding the habit of buying presents just for the sake of it has allowed this couple to focus on shared experiences and save their...

3 ways the coronavirus is already affecting your finances

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With the speed at which the disease and its economic impact are picking up, no one will blame you for being unsure of what...

What is an emergency fund and how to build one

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An emergency fund is a financial safety net designed to cover unexpected but necessary expenses, or bridge the temporary loss of income between jobs....

Take plant-based eating to the bank

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How going vegetarian has broadened this family’s palate—and shrunk their grocery bills during COVID-19. ...

Advice for cash-strapped renters and landlords during COVID-19

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The first step is calculating how much money you need to cover necessary expenses, and compare that with how much cash is coming in....

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What to do when you overcontribute to your RRSP

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What happens when you inadvertently contribute too much to a RRSP? Find out if there’s anything you can do to avoid a penalty. ...

Canada’s top-rated charities 2020: Methodology

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Here’s a detailed breakdown of how we assessed Canadian charities for this year’s Top 100 list, based on source data from the third-party watchdog...

What happens to your TFSA when you die

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This is how a TFSA gets distributed in the event of a death, plus, info on making sure it is not subject to probate....

Is Carol better off withdrawing all the money from her RRIF now?

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At age 73, she believes this strategy will allow her to claim additional Guaranteed Income Supplement and and rent subsidy benefits. ...

Do you ever have a legal obligation to pay RESP money back to your...

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Barbara wonders what a time-out from her studies might mean for her Registered Education Savings Plan, and if the withdrawals are truly hers to...