Posted on February 24, 2013
Right about now, many people are taking stock of their money and the potential tax owing and preparing to make a last minute contribution to their RRSP. Some will line up at the local deposit taking institution on Friday and the person on the other side of the counter will offer sage advice (that would be sarcasm) and the deposit will find its way into the flavor of the month. Others will line up to borrow money in order to fulfill this media “should” and make a contribution.
Posted on January 23, 2013
First, I hope that everyone had a superb holiday season and are back into the swing of things.
I have been promoting the use of a service referred to as NoPanicComputing for small businesses to address their IT needs for a while now. Goodness knows the amount of money that I have saved as a result of their services and support. Their CEO, Larry Keating, has a blog that is in The Huffington Post and today’s blog is a very interesting one. Although I have not personally used the K9 software he speaks of, I am very confident in his recommendation. Please see the post below,
Posted on December 27, 2012
The following is an article taken from MSN Money on Sat, 24 Nov 2012 by Gabrielle Brassard-Lecours I think it is a phenomenal reminder as we embark on a new year to remember some simple things like this.
Posted on November 26, 2012
It is that time again when you cannot get away from the commercial hype of the season. Everywhere you go, everything you listen to and all that you see is drumming into your head that it is time to spend, spend, and spend.
When I work with people and get them to do some budgeting with their expenses, I often tell them to track their expenses in December and January. Why, because they are often your most expensive and least expensive months respectively. After all, who wants to be a Scrooge and how few of us have money left over for luxuries in January?