Managing Your Money

Your new home: Demystifying the down payment

If you’ve got “real estate fever,” it’s most likely not by accident: Pent-up demand and lower household spending as a result of the lockdown have caused the Canadian housing market…

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All about TFSAs and when they’re worth it

What is a TFSA? At its core, a TFSA is a savings account—a savings account where you never have to pay taxes. But it’s regulated by the federal government, not…

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Financial Literacy: So, what exactly is financial literacy anyway?

Financial Literacy Series: What is financial literacy, and why is it so important? You probably spend money almost every day. But that doesn’t mean you’re necessarily an expert on it.…

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How Financial Planners can optimize your savings strategy

We often associate Financial Planners with our ultimate savings goal—retirement. They help us create an effective retirement income strategy so we can live our later years as relaxed—or adventurous—as we…

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Top 4 reasons you need a financial plan

Financial planning isn’t just for ultra-wealthy people moving money between complicated, exotically named investment vehicles. In reality, a financial plan is an important tool for anyone who wants to manage…

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Socially Responsible Investing 101

Environmental sustainability is a big part of what we do here at Coast Capital. We’re proud to be a Certified B Corporation®  which means that we meet the highest standards…

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A guide to emergency savings

None of us stopped to consider the implications of a global pandemic in our wallets because, really, who knew? But it’s times like these that hammer home the reason we…

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How to automate saving

Don’t sweat it. It’s not as complicated as it sounds. You won’t have to code some sort of algorithm to control your online banking. In fact, it takes less than…

Managing Your Money

What to do with your tax refund

A refund is basically free money, right? Once you receive your tax return, your knee-jerk reaction may be to spend it on a new spring wardrobe or hop on a…

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