Surely you’ve heard the advice “Pay Yourself First”?
My sister-in-law was up visiting this weekend for Thanksgiving. Steph and I love when she visits because it makes our son, Elliott, so happy!
“Auntie A!” he yells out in joy.
Our Viewing Experiences
We started our viewings list by looking at every house we qualified for that was on MLS and only one place didn’t have an offer on it, so thought we’d check it out. Because this house is still listed on the market, I don’t want to give the specific address. The place was a townhouse and looked pretty good.
After speaking with our broker, and before we met our realtor, we decided to check out an open house by ourselves. There was a place right around the corner from where we are renting that was at the very top of our budget, but we wanted to see what our budget would get us in our current subdivision.
Reality set in with a text from the landlord – “can we have a chat tonight?”
An increasing number of Canadians are facing an uphill battle just trying to save enough and earn enough on their savings to be able to retire on time.
At a dinner with friends last week, the conversation turned to dog cloning. Yes, you read that right, dog cloning. A friend had read an article about an Ontario man who is cloning his 20 year old pet for the nominal fee of $50,000 US! Of course, me being the money guy I am, respond with “I can think of quite a few better things to do with $50,000!” and here we are now.
Recently a prospective client asked us the simple, straight-forward question: