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Top 5 Natural Destinations in Scarborough that you may overlook...

September 24th, 2015

scarborough.jpgTop 5 Natural Destinations in Scarborough that you may overlook...

 

Let's face it... Scarborough doesn't get its fair share of shine in the media. It is a foodies dream and it has some of the best housing in the city. In addition to that, Scarborough has some of the best natural scenery in the entire GTA. People just need a reminder, that's where we come in! Here's our top 5 places to ...

How do you Digest your Mar Com?

September 14th, 2015
How do you Digest your Mar Com?

So this morning... I woke up with the family and like most 30 somethings.. I found myself checking my social feeds. I then checked two of my email inboxes and read a text message that came in last night. Also checked my Whats App. This was all done on my smart phone before I got out of bed.

 After preparing my cup of coffee (my very large, strong cup... se ...

Next generation 1 percenters not keen on living where they grew up: Report

April 8th, 2015
Next generation 1 percenters not keen on where they grew up: report
By Susan Pigg
www.thestar.com

A new survey by luxury realtor Sotheby’s International Realty Canada has opened a window on the 1 per cent and at the same time raised questions about the future of exclusive enclaves like Forest Hill and Rosedale that have been the proud nesting grounds of rich baby boomers for decades ...

Toronto Ranks as Fourth Best in the World for Life and Work

May 22nd, 2014
Toronto Ranks as Fourth Best in the World for Life and Work
By:
www.thestar.com

Quality of life and a stable political environment help make Toronto the fourth most attractive place in the world in which to live and work, according to a new report from consulting firm PwC.

But traffic congestion is one factor that pulled Toronto down a peg from its third-pl ...

Couples & Money: Why Having that Talk is so Hard to do

February 10th, 2014
Couples & Money: Why Having that Talk is so Hard to do
By Joel Eastwood
www.thestar.com

This Valentine’s Day, strengthen your relationship by opening a bottle of wine, lighting some candles, and getting down to business with your significant other — the business of household finances.

Money is one of the toughest subjects to talk about. In a relationship, people are often unwi ...

Five Resolutions to get Financially Fit in 2014

January 8th, 2014
Five Resolutions to get Financially Fit in 2014
By Gemma Karstens-Smith
www.thestar.com


With the calendar now flipped to 2014, many Canadians are taking stock of their finances.

A recent survey from the BMO Wealth Institute shows that about 80 per cent of Canadians set New Year’s resolutions for 2014, and 36 per cent of those resolutions were about personal finance.

Goals ...

Is it ever OK to lie about Money?

September 24th, 2013
Is it ever OK to lie about Money?

By Chris Taylor
www.financialpost.com

Lying to a spouse, or a parent, or a kid about one’s financial affairs? Terrible idea.

But there are absolutes, and then there is real life. Real life is messy sometimes, and confusing, and not always what you wanted.

And in real life, most of us lie about money. A lot.

According to one survey from the Baltimore-bas ...

Three Things you should Consider when Determining your own Salary

September 23rd, 2013
Three things you should consider when determining your own Salary

By Vivian Giang
www.financialpost.com

How do you determine how much you should pay yourself when you’re running the company?

What’s the best move for both the business and you individually?

“While there is no one correct answer as to how to pull this off, there are ways to put money in your pocket and grow your business,” ...

The Fine Art of Furnishing a Small Condo

March 6th, 2013
The Fine Art of Furnishing a Small Condo
By Ryan Starr
www.thestar.com

Condos in this town don’t appear to be getting any larger.

If you’re a first-time buyer who wants a piece of Toronto’s increasingly pricey property market, chances are you’ll be purchasing a place that’s well under 1,000 square feet.

The small condo conundrum: how to go about adequately furnishing the sp ...

Who gets Family Home when a Marriage Breaksdown?

March 4th, 2013
Who gets Family Home when a Marriage Breaksdown?
By Mark Weisleder

Without a marriage contract, most assets accumulated by a couple will be divided 50-50 on separation. But in order to minimize the impact of divorce on a family, in many cases one spouse stays in the house with the children while the other spouse leaves.

Here are some questions about this issue from readers:

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