How to Invest on a Small Budget

by Invisor Last updated on August 16, 2017

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There seems to be a common perception that tells us investing is only for those with large budgets. It tells us that to start investing, you need thousands of dollars parked in savings to have a chance of reaching your financial goals. 

We’re here to tell you that you don’t need either of those things to open an investment account. All you need is a simple plan and the commitment to stick to it.

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How to Manage Large Purchases

by RateHub.ca Last updated on April 27, 2017

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Every so often, you’re going to make large purchases – not necessarily a home or car, but more along the lines of a television, computer, plane tickets, etc. Although many of these expenses can be anticipated, forking over a large amount of money upfront is understandably difficult for many people. So, how do you manage large purchases? The key is to ask yourself a series of questions before making your decision.

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How to Get on the Right Road to Financial Freedom

by Invisor Last updated on February 22, 2017

Figuring out how to reach your financial goals takes a lot of planning. This thought may be daunting, but thinking about your goals in the same way you would map out a road trip can make planning easier. Now it sounds a little more fun (Florida? The East Coast?) and you can visualize your financial goals with a clear start and destination. Use these tips to ensure a smooth journey for each of your goals, and get on the right road to reaching them. 

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FREE Financial Checklist

by Invisor Last updated on February 17, 2017

Set yourself up for financial success in 2017 with this exercise. 

  • Define your financial goals or check your progress on existing goals. What are you saving towards and what are your timelines?
  • Find out how much you need to save each year to reach those goals. If you need help, work with an advisor and don't hesitate to ask them the right questions
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How to set long-term goals in 2017

by Invisor Last updated on January 25, 2017

For many, ringing in the new year represents goal setting and a new chance to revisit existing objectives. 

Often, these goals can be achieved within the year, like traveling, completing a course, looking for a new job, or finding a new home. 

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A Step-By-Step Guide to Improving Your Finances in 2017

by Jordann Brown, RateHub.ca Last updated on January 18, 2017

Now that the New Year has come and gone, it's time to start thinking about how you are going to improve yourself in 2017. Maybe you want to return to a regular gym habit or start eating healthier, but have you considered making a commitment to improving your finances first? 

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How Should I Invest My Savings?

by Pramod Udiaver Last updated on October 12, 2016
I recently met with a friend who told me she got a performance bonus at work, and was wondering how she should invest it. I got the feeling she was expecting me to tell her which stocks to buy, and I think she was initially disappointed that I didn’t suggest a red hot IPO of a Silicon Valley tech company.
 
My friend isn’t the only one who has asked us this question. In fact, it’s quite common. So here's what I told her. It may have been a longer answer than what she expected, but she bought me a coffee and we had some time to chat. By the end of our conversation, she had a better understanding of how to invest smart, instead of how to simply pick popular stocks.

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How To Invest at Any Age

by Invisor Last updated on August 24, 2016

No matter what age you are, it's always a good idea to start investing. You will always benefit from putting money away, whether it's intended for a purchase that's a couple years away, or for your retirement forty years down the road. While it may be ideal to start saving for retirement early, there is no reason you can't start later in life and still maintain a good nest egg. On a similar note, putting money aside on a new-grad salary will benefit you in the long-term, no matter how much you have to start investing. 

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How To Financially Prepare For A Baby

by Invisor Last updated on July 27, 2016

Being a first-time parent is an exciting time, and the nine months leading up to the birth of your first child are filled with preparations to make sure he or she will have everything they need once they arrive. A large part of this preparation is financial, and it requires some adjustments to your budget. 

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How To Save Money On Your Wedding

by Invisor Last updated on June 21, 2016

When it comes to saying I do, love isn’t all you need. When the average cost of a wedding in Canada is $30,000, tying the knot requires a big financial commitment, if you’re going the traditional route. There’s no doubt about it: weddings are expensive. We share 9 tips to save money on your wedding.

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