Christina Varga is a writer and editor. As a former Globe and Mail editor who assigned many, many articles on personal finance, and as a writer on the topic, she is interested in arming readers with the knowledge and tools to navigate to a better place in their money management.
When you earn interest on your interest, the savings can add up.
With volatility and low interest rates a reality of the financial landscape, here are some tips on using fixed income to balance risk and return.
How RESPs work, and what other ways you can make sure your student doesn’t drown in debt after graduating.
As your teens move into independence, one of the most significant gifts you can give your children is the knowledge of how to stay on top of their finances and manage their money.
For anyone who contributes to an RRSP, it is important to know your pension adjustment.
As people turn to online purchases or contactless payment methods, the use of cash has dropped significantly since the start of the pandemic.
For the fixed-income portion of your portfolio, consider this investment approach. It won’t lock in all your money for the long term.