Recovering employee, aspiring entrepreneur. Teaching personal finance and investing, one blog post at a time, at themoneycoach.com
Nanci Murdock has a 20-year career in the financial industry. She is the former Head of Marketing for BCA Research, the world's largest provider of independent investment strategy research. Nanci believes that it has never been easier, or more important, for women to take control of their financial future. She invites you to learn the how and the why of investing strategy with her at http://themoneycoach.com. Nanci lives in Montreal and holds the Chartered Financial Analyst (CFA) designation.
The YES campaign was and is entirely in support in seeking a solution that would allow places of worship in Outremont while limiting the number of churches, mosques, synagogues and temples on commercial streets to those already in existence.
Your priority should always be to pay off debt. But while you are diligently paying off debt (especially debt with an interest rate 10 per cent), invest in yourself and send a message to the Universe by starting an emergency fund with even just $100 and $50 automatic monthly contribution.
I have heard many reasons women put off starting to invest (or participating more in the management of their portfolios) but the following three are by far the most common. 1. It is too complicated to...
First, what does each acronym mean? An RRSP is a Registered Retirement Saving Plan, and a TFSA is a Tax-Free Savings Account. Both are provided by the Canadian government as incentives for Canadians to save, primarily for retirement.
After meeting their teachers, greeting their friends and choosing their desks, at the end of the school day almost 150 students were told they were no longer welcome at their school. Many of the children had attended, with their siblings, the school for years.
I love my friends. Most are kind, two are funny. Three are generous, and another is shrewd. But my BFF? That friend would be my dividends. My proposition to you is that you start to invest. And high-quality dividend stocks with a track record of increasing their dividend payouts are a fantastic place to start.
After losing 20 pounds, I can tell you that successful investing looks a lot like successful weight loss. Obvious likenesses between the two aside -- expensive products, conflicting "expert" advice, confusing strategies -- there are three similarities that will see you through to the investing finish line.