3 Tips to improve your personal finances in 2024

personal finances

In today’s fast-paced world, mastering personal finances is not just about budgeting and saving; it’s about understanding your financial habits and nurturing a healthy relationship with money. Whether you’re aiming for financial freedom, planning for the future, or simply striving to make smarter financial decisions, embarking on this journey can be both empowering and transformative. … Read more

The Canadian Guide to Legitimate Money-Making Opportunities in 2023


Making money is a crucial aspect of modern life. However, finding legitimate money-making opportunities can be challenging, particularly with the rise of online scams. This book aims to provide you with a comprehensive guide to legal money-making opportunities in Canada in 2023. With the help of this guide, you can explore various options for earning … Read more

The Best Businesses to Start in Canada in 2023

Learn about the best businesses to start in Canada in this comprehensive guide. Find out what businesses are thriving and how to get started. Are you thinking of starting a business in Canada but not sure what type of business to pursue? Canada has a thriving economy and an excellent business environment that attracts entrepreneurs … Read more

GST/HST Quarterly Instalment Payment Dates in 2023? Overpayment? Risks?

GST/HST Quarterly Instalment

Waiting for GST/HST Quarterly Instalment? As a business owner, it’s important to know that the Canada Revenue Agency (CRA) requires some businesses to pay GST or HST in quarterly instalments throughout the year. If you don’t follow this requirement, you may face penalties and interest when it’s time to pay your taxes. Once your business … Read more

Federal Minimum Wages in Canada to Increase to $16.65 on April 1, 2023

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Canada’s federal government has announced that the minimum wages will increase to $16.65 per hour starting April 1, 2023. This increase will benefit approximately 26,000 workers in federally regulated industries, such as banking, telecommunications, and interprovincial transportation.   This increase is part of the government’s plan to make life more affordable for Canadians and to … Read more