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Want some extended time off? Better get your finances in order first
Employees are calling the shots, but budgeting still a key factor in extended work
Canadian homeowners feeling the pinch of rising rates: Manulife Bank debt survey
Almost one in four say they’ll have to sell if rates climb much higher
B.C. couple's plan to cash in real estate riches to fund early tropical retirement 'awfully risky'
At ages 50 and 51, and with two young children, Richard and Marianne want to retire within a year and move south
Canadians depending more on home equity lines of credit even as interest rates rise
As HELOCs are usually based on a variable interest rate, borrowers can expect a corresponding increase in required payments
How the CRA divvies up the Canada Child Benefit for parents who share custody
Jamie Golombek: The amount of time spent with the kids can determine how much, if any, of the benefit they get
If you think child support doesn't apply to stepchildren, think again
Adam N. Black: Separating spouses would be wise to consider settlement options early on
How to navigate the financial strain of a divorce
60% of Canadians say it's harder to find true love than financial success
Here's how to accelerate your retirement timeline, without taking on too much risk
Jason Heath: Those approaching retirement can consider these strategies to shave time off their financial independence date
Billionaire Michael Lee-Chin shares his secrets on wealth creation and where he’s investing next
'If this all blows up, we had one heck of a good time'
This Ontario woman wants to buy back into the housing market for retirement, but is renting the better way to go?
Margaret needs shelter more than returns on financial assets, expert says
FP Answers: How should I invest the $260,000 my father left me in his will?
Both debt repayment and investing are good options, financial planner says
CRA rules on whether two workplace perks are taxable employee benefits or not
Jamie Golombek: Employees could end up paying tax on various non-cash employment benefits
Thinking of having kids? Get ready for some sticker shock when calculating the cost
'Don’t kid yourself about the cost of kids'
This couple wants to retire early in their home country. Can they take their Canadian benefits with them?
The short answer is some of them
FP Answers: How do I get good financial advice so I don’t waste my money?
Stay curious throughout the planning process and you will get your money’s worth
Cash may be king, but it can cause headaches if the taxman denies your claims
Jamie Golombek: With no records, the burden of proof is certainly higher as this 'independent spirit' from PEI found out
How to afford a vacation when money is tight and costs are rising
Taking small steps can add up to help you take a big step away from your day-to-day routine
This Ontario couple needs to ditch the real estate and boost cash flow to retire at 55
Retirement is going to take substantial reorganizing of assets, expert says
FP Answers: What is a 'letter of wishes' and how does it help achieve my estate planning goals?
A letter of wishes is one way to deal with the lack of certainty regarding posthumous intent
The case of the taxpayer who was dinged with a taxable benefit for taking a business trip
Jamie Golombek: A judge concluded no portion of the trip's cost should have been a taxable benefit
Three keys in developing the confidence to handle your personal finance needs
It can be difficult to know where to begin when taking on newfound financial responsibility, either by choice or consequence
Can this Alberta couple's six rental condos support their big travel plans in retirement?
Frank and Kerry have hung their retirements on delicate threads, expert says
If you thought the CRA wouldn't follow up on improperly claimed CERB and other benefits, think again
Jamie Golombek: Tax authority sending out 'notices of redetermination' as COVID-benefit-related disputes hit the courts
Canadians are clinging to cash as a savings strategy during the pandemic: RBC
'Canadians appear to be driven by a desire to stash, not spend cash'
Fly snowbird fly, but there are some things to know before you settle
Looking to invest in a vacation home outside Canada? Before planting roots abroad, experts advise doing some extra exploration
Studying the market pays off for savvy couple with 12% gains and 'bulletproof retirement strategy'
But there are risks in the optimistic projections
FP Answers: Am I on track to retire in 25 years if I have $350,000 saved now?
Expert says current trajectory exceeds Ava's retirement goals
These are the tax-sheltered savings options first-time homebuyers need to know about
Jamie Golombek: RRSP Home Buyers' Plan is so arcane, even the CRA can have trouble explaining it
Family law faces double-dipping dilemma when it comes to stock options, other deferred compensation
Laurie H. Pawlitza: Courts have drawn a distinction between whether the 'double dip' is for the purposes of paying child support or spousal support
Jason Heath: There's an upside to higher interest rates, despite the pain to borrowers
One eventual benefit is that borrowers will have a more realistic monthly payment for their debts
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