Financial Planning -> Save money
It's not just how much income you have that will help you become financially independent. If you spend as much as you earn, you will not increase your wealth. The trick is to live below your means - spend less than you earn, and invest wisely!
Compound Interest and DebtPay down non tax-deductible debt as quickly as possible
Pay down your mortgage, or contribute to an RRSP - which is better?
Compound Interest and Building Wealth
If you save $1 per day, how much will you have?
To have $1 million in the future, how much must be deposited today?
Tip: Make compound interest work for you, not against you.
Cost cutting suggestions and estimated savings over 30 years
Private health care plans - cost may exceed benefits.
Unclaimed bank balances - Check to see if there are unclaimed balances that belong to you or a relative.
Child and family benefits provided by governments
Government Benefits and Services pages for Canada and your province or territory, for links to consumer protection information. Save money by protecting yourself.
Tip: Get ahead by living below your means!
Revised: August 18, 2015
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