Should I Open A TFSA?

by Invisor Last updated on June 21, 2017

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Once you identify which goals you are saving for and determine an appropriate investment plan, the next step is to figure out which investment account type is right for you. Some choices may be more obvious than others, like using an RRSP to save towards retirement, or an RESP to save for your kids' education. But what about shorter-term goals like purchasing a car or saving for a wedding?

If you're asking yourself this question, a Tax-Free Savings Account (TFSA) might be the right vehicle for you and your goals. Use these tips below to help you determine if you should open a TFSA. 

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6 Tips To Improve Your Credit Score

by RateHub.ca Last updated on June 07, 2017

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We've all heard how important it is to have a good credit score. Having a high credit score is vital because lenders use it to determine how creditworthy you are. But the thing about credit scores is that not many really understand how they work. 

Your credit score is a number that falls between 300-900. The higher the number, the less risky you are in the eyes of lenders. What constitutes a “good” score varies by lender and the type of credit you're applying for. 

That being said, you should always aim to keep your credit scores as high as possible. Here are six tips to help you improve your credit score. 

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Economic Update May 2017 - All Quiet on All Fronts

by Josh Miszk Last updated on June 01, 2017

Markets have continued to tread along, not disrupting the pace set over the past few months with the UK, Japan, and emerging markets showing the strongest returns. While fundamental data continues to support the rise, the real surprise is that this positive move has done so with little volatility.

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