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Here’s what you need to know about what’s happening right now. Our latest Smart Cookie Guide – The LIFT is officially launching this Money March 3rd. But for now and only until this Sunday March 2nd, you can reserve your order for the significantly reduced price of $49.97. That gets you full access to the 6 videos, eguide and eworkbook. On Monday the price will go up to $97, so you have only a few days to get in at the early bird price.
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Ok, a confession – before I had my son Jack, I didn’t make a financial plan. Why? Because the whole thing so overwhelming and I had better things to do with my time like napping and planning my nursery on pinterest. So I did nothing, then I had Jack and I was up all night, not just with the baby but with serious money anxiety.
I was overwhelmed and there were so many questions running through my head , like – how were we going to pay for daycare? Would Jason and I ever be able to afford date night again? And what about if something unplanned were to happen, like we lost an income or needed a big home repair, would we have to go into debt?
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Who wants to think about taxes now??? No one. But who wants to think about $500???? Yep, us too!
The average person leaves behind $500 at tax time, so take a few simple steps now that could get you $500 in April.
Katie stopped by Global Vancouver to share her advice.
The Tax Man Misses no one- file taxes no matter what your income
Even if you don’t make enough to owe taxes (under $11,000), if you don’t file you could be ineligible for a help that could save you big money like in government benefits like the child tax benefit or an HST, GST credit.
If you work from home, crunch some numbers.
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If you’re dreading facing your bills from this holiday season, there are some simple steps you can do right now to help with what we like to call, the holiday spending hangover. Sandra stopped by Fox Denver last week to reveal her favourites.
Chances are you have some items in your home right now that you could return. Whether its a gift you just didn’t love, or even unused wrapping supplies that are still in their packaging. It’s worth a try to take it back to the store, to see if you can get your money back, or get a store credit which you can use towards items you and your family need to ease the burden on your budget in January.
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