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  1. IE Staff
    If your debts are overwhelming, there are a couple of ways to get your financial life back in order. And the sooner you take action, the better
  2. IE Staff
    The intent to give to charity often is altruistic, but there can be a financial payoff in supporting charitable causes
  3. Fiona Collie
    “Robo-advisors” typically invest your assets in a portfolio of exchange-traded funds, then rebalance your portfolio automatically
  4. IE Staff
    Worried about the seemingly continuous increase in house prices, the federal government recently tightened mortgage lending rules
  5. IE Staff
    There are tax credits for investing in labour-sponsored investment funds, but most individual investors should steer clear
  6. Fiona Collie
    Managing your debt properly can help you become debt-free sooner
  7. IE Staff
    You should have the equivalent of about three to six months of your net income set aside so that you can cope with unforeseen events
  8. IE Staff
    Five questions to ask during your first meeting with a financial advisor
  9. IE Staff
    Most ETFs track the returns of stock market indices, but some newer varieties are actively managed
  10. IE Staff
    Owning a cottage is not for everyone. Why not rent one for a few summers to see if you’re cut out for cottage life