Watch this 1 minute video to learn whether the proceeds from a reverse mortgage are taxable or not.
During college years, this is the best time to get your kids started on the process of building credit. Once they graduate, credit generally makes getting started easier. Even if they get a good job, it’s going to be at least one year before banks and landlords take them seriously as a responsible adult. There are some things you can do to help them start the process.
We’ve put together a helpful library of resources to help Canadian individuals and businesses through COVID-19. This post includes information about government updates, grants available and communicates numerous programs and tips to help you find the right relief package and receive benefits during this time.
Every year, millions of consumers fall victim to lender fraud in some form or another. The fight to find a legitimate lender is a real concern to potential home buyers, students, and other borrowers. But with the abundance of information and resources available, more consumers are obtaining fair financing one legitimate loan at a time.
College is a confusing period of life, and it is quite easy to get carried away. While we do not suggest having fun, practicing a little financial restraint could go a long way in your financial success as adults. Here are some simple financial tips that will keep you ahead financially.
Today’s millennials need solutions for personal finance problems for the fast-paced technological world in which they live. Compared to people their age 80 years ago, millennials deal with far more student loan debt, retirement savings concerns, child care costs, and other personal finance matters.
The Learning Curve of Student Loans For as long as there are people seeking a higher education, there will be a need for student loans. Record numbers of student loans are applied for each year, since colleges and universities around the world are filled with students who want to complete their degree in the field…