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Regardless of how much money you make, often times it seems it’ll never be enough. Fortunately, saving money doesn’t have to be as stressful an endeavour as you may think. There are numerous seemingly small habits you can implement, that will make a big difference in the long run.
Comedian Ray Romano once said, “Having children is a lot like living in a frat house – nobody sleeps, everything’s broken, and there’s a lot of throwing up.” But aside from being highly amusing calamities at times, families are also powerful economic unions which are subject to fairly complicated tax rules. Those that master the art of saving together become powerful economic units. There is no better time than post tax-filing season to review your opportunities and become important savings role models for your kids. Here are three teaching tips to help…
If you are under the age of 40 and looking for direction on how and when to save your money, ask yourself this important question: “What’s my ‘potential income’?” Knowing that answer can lighten future financial worries, so you can escape the work world when you want and enjoy your healthy, golden years.
With Canada’s economic growth a modest 2% and inflation about 2%, it is hard to grow new wealth in today’s fragile world. One sure solution is keeping firm control of the costs that will erode your wealth. That means monitoring investment fees and limiting the amount of income taxes you pay, two things in an otherwise unpredictable environment that you can control.