How to Save Money as a College or University Student?

I am proud to introduce my first contributor to my website, no other than my only daughter – Samantha. Take it away Sam! Hello! My name is Sam, the daughter of this blogger’s site! I am currently finishing my 3rd year of my Bachelor of Science in Nursing (BScN) at…

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Simple Money Saving Tips During These Difficult Times

The world we live in has experienced an unprecedented crisis battling for an invisible enemy. This pandemic has already claimed thousands of lives and a staggering infected individuals reported every day. As countries around the world scrambled to contain the spread of the virus, it has led to difficult decisions…

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Travel Essentials For Canadians

  Traveling nowadays is becoming so easy. Hence, a lot of people will say that the world is now becoming so small. What was thought to be impossible in the past is now becoming very easy and accessible due to advancement of technology. There are plenty of ways now to…

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Owning A Home Vs. Renting

Since I left high school to pursue undergraduate studies, I can’t remember exactly how many times I moved from one place to another. If my memory is correct, it’s about 18 times or it could be more. Of the 18 times that I moved, 3 times we bought our own…

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Give yourself a pay raise

A greater number of working population, the desire how to make more money and getting a pay raise is one of an employee goals and aspirations. This means you have to prove to your employer that you can be an exemplary worker able provide results, able to create and sell…

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My Personal Top Three No Fee Checking Accounts

  If you held an account with one of the five big banks in Canada it’s more likely that you have to maintain a certain amount from $1,000 to $5,000 to avoid the monthly fee. In an event that your balance dips down even just for a few dollars, as…

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Debit Cards vs. Credit Cards

DEBIT CARDS Advantages: 1. You can easily take out from any ATM depending on your daily limit. You don’t have to bring cash or a checkbook around. 2. Use your debit card to purchase anything using the chip-enabled card terminal if you have enough funds. 3. On many grocery outlets…

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Is Financial Independence Within Reach?

My parents are my biggest role models My mom always taught me, that It doesn’t matter how much you earn but much you save that make a difference. My father on the other hand, bought some residential and farm lands and told me that these investments will eventually grow in…

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