Answers to "Ask Sherry Anything!" on my dividend investing strategy, prenups and how much I've actually worked. Spoiler alert: NOT MUCH.
Step by Step Guide on How to Sign up for a TD E-Series Mutual Funds Account
Setting up your TD e-Series Account can be the simplest part, but what do you do after your account is open? This is how you buy, transfer and sell your e-Series mutual funds.
Is spending on management fees (if they’re reasonable) a good deal? BMO SmartFolio, TD E-Series & Questrade ETF investing
Well. Yes. And No. I am hesitant to say one over another… So I had a friend email me about BMO Smartfolio which charges you tiered fees based on investments; so $60 a year
We bought our condo in cash for around $600,000 Why? The main reason is because we could but other factors came into play as well. Here are a few of my thoughts on the whole proce
So here are all my numbers. The place I end up buying will be a condo, which means I need to pay taxes and condo fees in lieu of rent. WAIT, WHAT? DOESN’T BUYING A HOME MEA
Maybe everyone knows about this already but I didn’t, and I’m looking at someone out there to back me up on not having known this either (anyone? ANYONE?). I have all o
Be it a salesgirl, a friend, or even a person who is shopping on impulse, there is nothing that irks me more than someone saying: But it’s an investment piece that will last
The Canadian Beginner's Step-by-Step Guide on your Money. If you want step-by-step help and screenshots, check out my book: Investing Like a Boss for sale @ LikeABossBooks.com/Inve
So just to recap, my current net worth is: $547,022.49 Of that amount, I have approximately 58% of it invested and the rest in cash. ER….WHY SO MUCH IN CASH? Half of it is ac