Tag Archives: money

7 Stages of Financial Well-Being® – Where do you stand?

By Karin Mizgala, BA Psyc, MBA, CFP® January is almost over. One month down, and eleven to go. How are your financial New Year’s resolutions holding up in 2019? I hope you are doing better financially, and that you are … Continue reading

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Seven Ways to De-stress about Money

By Sheila Walkington, BBA, CFP® Everyone experiences stress as a natural reaction to certain events or circumstances. The severity of the reaction will, of course vary from individual to individual. For example, some love the sound of thunder while others … Continue reading

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Can money make you happy? Try giving some away.

By Sabine Lay Charles Dickens wrote A Christmas Carol in 1843. Most people know the story of Ebenezer Scrooge, a miserly man who transforms his life after three spirits teach him the joy of giving. It seems Dickens was way … Continue reading

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Have you had the talk?

By Karen Richardson, FPSC Level 1™ Kids are surrounded by sexy advertising everyday. And although you think you are being discreet, they see all the plastic cards in your wallet; credit cards, debit cards, even loyalty cards. You know it’s just … Continue reading

Posted in Kids and Money, Money Coaching

5 Ways to Save Money at the Holidays

By Sheila Walkington, BBA, CFP®   According to a recent article in The Toronto Star, on average, Canadians will each spend $885 on Christmas this year and that’s down $68 from last year. That’s a lot of money. But at this time … Continue reading

Posted in Budgeting and Cash Flow, Money Coaching, Relationship to money

Do you have a debt free date?

Credit is seductive. Credit card companies spend millions of dollars to convince you to borrow their money. They have catchy slogans like: It’s everywhere you want to be. (Visa) There are some things money can’t buy. For everything else there’s … Continue reading

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The key to financial resolutions that succeed

Have you ever looked at your credit card statement and been washed by a wave of guilt, because you broke your resolution to spend less? If you have, you’re certainly not alone. Why do resolutions lose the power to motivate? … Continue reading

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