Life insurance can be an ultimate security blanket, but how do you know if you’re buying it for the right reasons and from the right person?
Earlier this week, I posted a "Did You Know?" to my social media accounts (@ScMcEachern on Instragram, link to Facebok page at the top right of this page).
November is Financial Literacy Month. Each day I’ve been posting tips, snip-its, and common financial problems people face to my social media accounts:
Our behaviors produce the results we see in our lives.
Don’t like where you are financially?
Studies clearly show our behaviours produce the results we see in life. Therefore if you don’t like your results – change your behaviour.
Last week my interview with Podcast host Jessica Moorhouse of Mo' Money Podcast went live. I called in as a long time listener to share some stories of how I got out of student debt, the sacrifices Stephanie and I made, and what was easiest and toughest to cut back on.
What exactly does it mean to “fully” protect your financial future? This video discusses the 4 types of insurance you should give serious consideration to.
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Fall is finally here. The leaves are changing, the days are getting shorter, and your worries seem just a little bit further away. But folks, I’m sorry to say, sometimes storms roll in on the most beautiful of days.
Let’s be honest – insurance is not always a fun topic to think about or discuss. But before closing this window and going back to Reddit or Facebook, hear me out. Even if it’s not fun, the insurance discussion is an important one to have, especially if you have someone that relies on your income.
We work with a lot of millennials, most are single and just out of post-secondary education. Last week we were asked to blog about advice for singles living on a tight budget. The cool part about personal finance is that each situation is unique, but given that, we’ve created a general framework to help get finances organized.
Many young families sometimes do not plan in the right sequence. They may fail to remember that their most important asset is not their home, vehicle, or bank account, but the income stream they provide each week to support those assets.