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A majority of Canadians plan to own a home someday, but it remains inaccessible for 50% of Canadians age 18 and over, according to recent data compiled by the Canadian Professional Accountants of Canada (CPA Canada).
Gold holds a unique position in the financial ecosystem as an asset class that continues to be recognized as a store of value and used as an inflation hedge.
A solid savings plan is a key ingredient in successful financial planning. Here's how a savings account can help you set aside money for the future.
We round up the types of bank accounts available to Canadians, and their pros and cons — including some new players disrupting the game.
TD Ameritrade is a trading platform full of great features. However, the platform is not available in Canada. Here are three great alternatives.
A popular robo-advisor in the US, Wealthfront is not available in Canada, however here are 3 alternative automated investing platforms Canadians can use.
See our Credit Cards category for further resources.
A credit limit restricts the amount you can charge to your credit card. If you're unhappy with your current limit, there are ways to give it a boost
Annual percentage rate (APR) is the cost of borrowing money through your credit card. Here's how it works and why it differs from the interest rate
See our Mortgages category for further resources.
Thinking of getting an adjustable rate mortgage? Here's how it works and why it may or may not be the right mortgage for you.
Mortgage interest may seem like a straightforward concept, but in reality, things can get a bit technical and murky. Here's how it work in detail.
See our Loans and Lines of Credit categories for further resources.
Peer-to-peer lending can be a great alternative to typical financial institutions for borrowers as well as a great way to diversify investment portfolios for lenders.
If you're in need of financing, two great ways to borrow money are a loan and line of credit. Here's how they work and how they differ from each other
Life insurance is not the first thing people think about when planning for the future, but it's probably one of the most important. Learn more here.
Canadian provinces and territories provide government-funded health insurance, but what about the expenses that these plans don't cover?
See our Taxes category for further resources.
If you are wondering whether Canadians enjoy a similar capital gains tax deferral benefit like the 1031 like-kind exchange, here’s what you need to know.
You may need to file your income tax and benefit return even if you do not make any income in the year. This is why.
The amount of credit you use can have a massive impact on your finances. Here's the reason why and how to calculate your credit utilization ratio.
Having a budget is like knowing the words to a really great magic spell. You cast it and all these wonderful things start happening - read more here.
Tether is the most popular stablecoin in the digital assets sector. Each Tether USDT token is backed 1-to-1 by a US dollar.
As the cryptocurrency market grows, bad actors look for creative ways to scam investors, including fraudulent airdrops, rug pulls and pyramid schemes.
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Civic numbers and civic addresses are used by Canadian emergency response services to locate properties during emergencies.
Whether you've lived or worked abroad or are planning to work past the retirement age, we've got you covered with all the CPP eligibility rules.