Articles on Taxes

Review: PayTM for your Canadian utilities, municipal taxes and bills – Canada

OMG. HOW DID I NOT KNOW ABOUT PAYTM UNTIL NOW? You can use your credit card to pay for your government bills Download this app […]

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Week of Money: Where I feel free from yoga obligations

I’m sort of happy I got rid of my yoga subscription…

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Ask Sherry: Would I want to live in a rich country that taxed me?

You asked, and I am answering every Friday once I have enough questions! You can ask any question using the form here. You can ask […]

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Ask Sherry: Where I buy Baby Bun’s clothes and how I save 90% of my income

Answers to “Ask Sherry Anything!” where I tell you my favourite online store for Baby Bun and how I grew my net worth so much in a short period of time.

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How to stop stressing out about your taxes, documents and receipts

I am flummoxed by people who come to me half crying in March that they don’t have their @$(* together because taxes are almost due […]

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Even rich people have money problems, look at Lauryn Hill

Celebrity Lauryn Hill had been sentenced to 3 months for tax evasion for failing to pay nearly $1 million in taxes. “This is not someone who […]

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How much should you contribute to your kid’s education fund (RESP) in Canada?

An Registered Education Savings Plan (RESP) which functions a lot like an RRSP (Registered Retirement Savings Plan). Brief Overview of Registered Education Savings Plan (RESP) […]

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Reasons why business owners tend to be wealthier

It’s not really because they’re any smarter. It’s more because if they handle their finances correctly (a crucial subject), they can avoid a lot of […]

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Investing Series: How Capital Gains and Losses are treated in Canada

This is a part of the Investing Series. ————————————————- Before the end of the year (December 31st) if you divest (meaning “sell”) off your stocks that […]

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Would it be better if the government forced us to save 40% for retirement?

Nelson’s post about how we have a problem with financial literacy as a whole reminded me of something I had planned to blog about but never got […]

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