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Canada stopped producing pennies ($0.01, or 1 cent coins) in 2013, but they remain in circulation, and items for sale are still priced in one-cent increments.Track every penny you spend →
Your net worth is simply the difference between your assets (what you own) and liabilities (what you owe).See your net worth and take the pulse of your overall financial health →
You know a lot more about budgeting than you probably think. Even if you’ve never done any kind of household budgeting at all, you almost certainly already have had significant experience with it.How To Make A Budget: 5 Time-Tested Approaches →
"Earning a lot of money is not the key to prosperity. How you handle it is."
- Dave Ramsey
How much should you tip when traveling abroad? The answer can vary wildly depending on the country and what type of service you are using.Servers and bartenders depend on tips to supplement wages →
An epic standard in overpromising and underdelivering was reached when the big banks named their savings accounts.Check your big bank savings account - you could be making ‘0.000 percent’ interest →
Neontra aggregates and tracks all your investments in one place.Measure your performance over time →
After years of soaring home prices, there was hope that rising interest rates would lead to lower prices in 2023 and give young Canadians an entry point into the market.Podcast - Why more Canadians are giving up on home ownership →
Which artist is #1 on our Neontrack playlist this week?
Listen to our Neontrack playlist when you have music and money on your mind.