How To Tell When Money Advice Is Bad | Smart change: Personal finance

How To Tell When Money Advice Is Bad |  Smart change: Personal finance

There are many people out there who want to tell you what to do with your money. The problem is only some of them know what they are talking about. Whether it’s a friend with a hot investment tip, a relative spewing out outdated directives on how it “should” be done or a social media … Read more

Prepare for higher food bills in these food categories | Save and budget

Prepare for higher food bills in these food categories |  Save and budget

Rising food prices have become a major obstacle for shoppers trying to stick to a budget in the midst of food inflation. In fact, the price of food has climbed 17 months in a row. Consumers who have been going for several years without using store coupons redeem them and think about how to save … Read more

As Inflation Rises, Canadians Find Creative Ways to Save, Reduce Costs – National

As Inflation Rises, Canadians Find Creative Ways to Save, Reduce Costs - National

For new mother Sandy Yong, bills and expenses have piled up as fast as dirty diapers in recent months. Yong’s maternity leave scholarship, which gives her about 70 percent of what she would earn from her daily job, has been extended further recently as her Toronto household struggles with the new daily expenses of her … Read more

How to save money on subscriptions and not lose movies, TV and music

You can save money on your music and entertainment subscriptions by downgrading your payment plan or sharing with your friends and family through dual memberships

As the cost of living continues to plummet, millions of people are looking for ways to cut their household expenses. A safe way is a review of subscriptions, especially entertainment packages – if you are someone with a number of different streaming platforms and pay for a TV license. Last year, those who subscribed spent … Read more