The clock is ticking for Christmas and that means the final mad dash to the retail world. Parking is a pain, stores are cramped, line ups are long and patience is short. That means online shopping becomes the preferred choice for many (just make sure your purchases will be shipped before Santa arrives).
So we are officially into December. That means we are only weeks away until the big guy in the red suit visits. Here are some tips on keeping your holiday shopping on budget.
All of your gifts and bags are packed – time to see your family for the holidays. With that comes the difficult question – how am I going to pay for this? If you’re on a tight budget because of your holiday spending, we’re here to help. Here are six tips to help you save on holiday travel.
So you might be ready to take the plunge or you’re thinking about buying your own house one day. You’ve developed good spending and saving habits. You’ve paid your bills on time and handled your credit wisely to build up a good credit rating. You’ve saved a decent down payment and have even been pre-approved so you have an idea of what you can afford.
You’ve signed a lease with some friends and are looking forward to moving into together, but then there’s the awkward conversation about rent cheques, furniture and splitting utility costs. Below are six tips to make this transition an easy one!
November is Financial Literacy Month and here’s why you should take notice. Making the right choices now can you put on the right path to financial success and save you a lot of grief. Try and get a head start, learn how to manage your debt and make smart decisions when it comes to your money and how you spend it. It’s never too late to learn- arm yourself with the knowledge you need to take control of your finances.