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Digital Disruption and Harnessing its Power through MBA

Executives today are disrupting their industry rather than fitting in. This is the result for contending among them to incorporate newer ideas and concepts. It is desirable, as the industry, regardless of the nature of their operations, mustn’t experience a stagnancy. Dealing with courses imparting modern IT thinking, Maryville’s online degree program is all set […]

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Warrants exercised by Warren Buffett’s Berkshire Hathaway for Purchasing 700 million shares of Bank of America

Bank of America Corporation’s shares BAC, -0.25% rose 1% in premarket trade recently after Warren Berkshire announced that it will exercise the warrants to purchase 700 million shares of the bank’s common stock. Warrants exercised by Warren Buffett’s Berkshire Hathaway for purchasing 700 million shares of the Bank of America recently. It happened because the […]

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Tax Tips for Freelancers and Entrepreneurs

I’ve had to claim income from Money After Graduation since 2011. Initially, I worked as a sole proprietor and claimed my freelance and blog income as “other income” when I filed my personal income taxes. In 2015, I incorporated my company and put myself on my payroll, which meant now I issued myself a formal […]

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Judging the Enactus Regional Exposition

Earlier this month, I had the privilege of judging at the Enactus Regional Exposition in Western Canada. Alyssa from Mixed Up Money and I were invited to be part of the judging panel for the Capital One Financial Education Challenge, in which student groups from post-secondary education institutions across Canada present projects they created that […]

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How To Financially Plan For An Unplanned Baby

I had a positive pregnancy test in hand only 4 days after I had moved into a new one-bedroom apartment. I hadn’t even bought living room furniture for my new place yet, let alone unpacked. I sat in my bathroom trying to wrap my head around those two pink lines, then promptly went to my […]

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How To Use The RRSP First-Time Homebuyer’s Plan

Home ownership is still a cornerstone of the financial plan of most Canadians but with the average house price in Canada nearly $500,000, it’s not always easy to get a foothold in the real estate market. One of the ways the Government of Canada has made home ownership more accessible is through the RRSP First-Time […]

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Why You Should Invest in Index Funds

For most investors, a portfolio of index funds is more than enough to meet their long-term financial goals. Index funds are some of the most popular, readily available, and valuable investments on the stock market. They’re also very affordable and easy to access. Still, many people aren’t exactly clear on how they work or how to […]

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Your Top 5 Investing Questions Answered

Most millennials are not investing. In fact, as many as 80% of millennials are staying out of the stock market, citing both lack of funds and lack of understanding about how investing works as their reasons for staying put on the sidelines. However, failing to invest, especially when your young, means missing out on decades […]

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How to Afford to Live in an Unaffordable City

One of the biggest challenges facing millennials today is enjoying any semblance of a comfortable lifestyle while underemployed (or unemployed) and saddled with student loan debt. For all the crap Boomers give the generation of their adult children, millennials do really have it harder than their parents did. Virtually everything is more expensive, but the […]