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When you weigh the costs of owning your car against how much you actually use it, you may decide it’s time to park it for good.
Pondering a big home renovation project? Here’s how to keep your family safe from possible health hazards.
As a veteran of 30 years of solo travel, Evelyn Hannon shares how women can fight loneliness, make new friends and have a fabulous time exploring the world.
Selling your aging parent’s home can be a difficult process. Here are some dos and don’ts for dealing with this sensitive issue.
The Globe and Mail’s personal finance columnist has a new book out called “How Not to Move Back in With Your Parents.” It ought to be required reading.
Retirement used to mean slowing down, entering the ranks of senior citizens and living on government and workplace pensions. But times have changed.
This year, for the first time in 22 years, I won’t be making an RRSP contribution.
Cash, credit or debit? A new study by the Bank of Canada shows we prefer plastic for big-ticket items. But will that put us deeper in debt?
A new book about Benjamin Graham suggests we rethink the value versus growth investing debate. Not a bad idea in today’s volatile markets.
Only 30% of Canadians expect to be fully retired at age 66, according to the Sun Life Financial 2012 Canadian Unretirement Index.