Remember months ago when I mentioned that nothing would really change when I moved to Calgary? For the most part, that’s been correct — I have the same phone number, the same eating habits, the same grocery stores. Unfortunately, my banking habits have been forced to change.
My banking method
My way [...]
A million dollars is touted around the PF blogosphere as the magic number that people aspire to have when they retire. I get it — it’s a milestone amount of money and it’d pretty cool to be able to tell people that you’re a millionaire.
Me, on the other hand, I’m kind of meh about [...]
About a month ago, I got a peculiar email from Melissa over at ING Direct and, once I confirmed the email was legitimate, I couldn’t refuse! Basically, ING was flying some Orange Ambassadors to Toronto participate in the #OrangeRally (a yearly employee event) and to reveal some big news. Given the clues I had at [...]
I loooooove beards. In fact, when friends ask me whether I think they should participate in Movember, my answer is always the same “Yes. For God’s sake, yes. And please, participate year round”. One of the worst parts of my job is that the men I work with aren’t allowed to have beards — it’s [...]
Ah, the great TFSA vs. RRSP debate (or, for the American readers, the great IRA vs. 401(k) debate)!
This is probably going to be one of the shorter posts that I’ve written, simply because I think that the answer is clear. But first, some facts:
TFSA: A maximum of $25 500, post-tax [...]
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