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tax filing deadline

Tax filing deadlines in light of Coronavirus: COVID-19

If you are earning income, you know that the tax filing season is around the corner and you need to account for every single dollar that you have earned. After accounting for every Canadian dollar that you have earned, you need to list all your relevant expenses for tax purposes, subtract them from your income…
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March 26, 2020 0
Ryan Frankel

Ryan Frankel launches an App that rewards motorists for driving without using cellphones

Toronto| A tech entrepreneur Ryan Frankel is a happy man after his mobile application called The App That Saves Lives has become a hit in Canada in the past months. The App practically rewards drivers who are willing to drive without texting or speaking through their cellular phones. Speaking to the media about the APP,…
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March 16, 2020 0
Canada Child Benefit

How Canada Child Benefit works: 2020 payments dates

Canada Child Benefit (CCB) is spearheaded and calculated by the Canada Revenue Authority (CRA). The amount they calculate is not affected by any taxes, the benefiting families receive the fund monthly “tax-free”.  The CCB may include child disability benefit. For a child to be eligible for the disability tax credit, a medical practitioner has to…
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March 11, 2020 0
curtis kim

Vancouver’s Curtis Kim launches breakthrough coronavirus tracker

VANCOUVER| Columbia Institute of Technology graduate Curtis Kim recently developed and launched an online application that supplies real-time information regarding the Novel COVID-19. Curtis Kim who studied computer systems technology in cloud computing program told the media that he was motivated to form the platform after he didn’t get a 1 stop portal which provides…
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March 9, 2020 0
investing groups

Genius ways of joining Investing Groups with small money

Investing groups can be found in many municipalities in Canada. Investors want to become part of something big, something more meaningful. Investing groups have been around decades. They require minimal investment and regular people can partake in bigger investments first-hand. An investing group is simply a pool of people, who pool their money to invest…
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March 8, 2020 0
credit cards in Canada with no foreign transaction fees

Top 7 credit cards in Canada with no foreign transaction fees

There is a 99% chance that you are paying 2,5% or more for every transaction you make overseas as it is estimated that 99% of credit cards in Canada charge 2,5% or more on foreign transactions. Canadians like to travel, in fact, over 4,6 million Canadians travelled overseas in the year 2018, this is the…
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March 7, 2020 0
THE BEST BANK FOR NEWCOMERS TO CANADA 2020 and low interest credit card

10 lowest interest credit cards in Canada

Credit cards may not be desirable to some. However, if you know how to use them strategically and know how to get leverage on the lowest interest credit cards, they can be a great source of comfort. Use of a low interest credit card Credit cards have many uses. You can get one to merely…
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March 7, 2020 0
7 secrets of rich people in Canada Join rich people in the world

7 secrets of rich people in Canada | Join rich people in the world

It is not a secret that the rich people in Canada or generally rich people in the world are far more different than the rest. From the way they dress to the way they conduct themselves, they can be easily differentiated. Why are Rich people different from everyone else? A study conducted by the University…
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March 4, 2020 1
high interest savings accounts

10 high interest savings accounts beating a 5-year investment now

Designed for earning high interest on deposits, high interests savings accounts serve a strategic purpose in wealth creation. Savings accounts’ primary goal borders around deferring your spending and earmarking the funds for specific purposes. You can be earmarking them for emergencies which always seem to come unexpectedly. Having savings also serves as a cushion and…
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March 3, 2020 1
first time home buyers

7 steps guide for first time home buyers in Canada 2020

Being one of Canada’s thousands of first time home buyers can be overwhelming. But it is a feeling like no other. The more informed you are about the process the better. It is not arguable that owning a home is important and has a lot of advantages. Apart from giving you the pride of owning…
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February 29, 2020 1

How to prepare for Coronavirus in Canada

(Alberta 365 News) – Coronavirus is spreading at a fast rate. As of 29 February, 14 cases have been reported in Canada. Everyone is wondering how to prepare for Coronavirus, should it hit Canada. Majority cases reported in Canada have a linkage to people who recently travelled from Iran. A few days ago, the Coronavirus…
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February 29, 2020 0
early retirement

Woman forced into early retirement, asking what to do?

On Wednesday Sasha a resident of Calgary contacted us with an interesting question. She had been compelled into early retirement, she is currently 61 years old. She wasn’t interested in legal advice or one of those spiritual positive motivation talks. Instead, she was much more interest in knowing her options on how to live her…
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February 27, 2020 0
No-fee Chequing Account

Ultimate ? 6 NO-FEE Chequing Accounts in Canada for 2020

Only pay for what is necessary. Why should you pay for a chequing account, when Canada is littered with banks with no-fee checking accounts? This is a comprehensive guide to the world? of free chequing accounts in Canada for 2020. I am quite confident you use a Chequing Bank Account more than any other banking…
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February 26, 2020 1
newcomers to Canada

5 genius money-making tips for newcomers to Canada 2020

Are you one of the millions of newcomers to Canada? During my school years, I hated called a ‘newcomer’ whenever I transferred to a new school. Being a newcomer meant you are the new kid who doesn’t know the culture of the school. You can barely find your way to to the toilets. Such is…
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February 20, 2020 1
prime rate in canada

What is the latest prime rate in Canada? Is it good?

The current Prime Rate in Canada sits at 3.95%. Also known as the prime lending rate, it serves as a key lending rate used to set many different interest rates, such as the rates on credit cards, mortgages and car loans. Prime Lending Rate changes over time as you will see in the graph below…
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February 18, 2020 0
THE BEST BANK FOR NEWCOMERS TO CANADA 2020 and low interest credit card

Top 5 best banks for newcomers to Canada 2020?

Are you a newcomer in Canada? You are probably thinking about many things right now, but trust me when I tell you that your banking needs should come first. Finding the best bank for newcomers will determine how well you manage your transition. My team and I took the liberty to research different banks that…
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February 17, 2020 3
mortgage calculator for canada

Impressive Mortgage Calculator for Canada

Understanding Mortgage Calculator for Canada Are you planning to buy a property ?? Then it is essential to know how much you will need to pay for your mortgage on a monthly basis. The Mortgage Calculator for Canada ? helps you know your monthly repayments on a property, the total interest you will pay and…
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February 16, 2020 2
Best Car Insurance

Best car insurance companies in Canada 2020

The Canada car insurance market is very competitive. Choosing which insurance policy can be a hell of work, at the same time; the law mandates all motorists to be covered by an insurance policy. Policy premiums vary from one provider to the next, which is why you have to shop around and compare different quotes…
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April 21, 2020 0