Almost every renovation project will come with some disruption to a homeowner. But there are a number of things you can do to minimize the disarray. Some people will opt to live elsewhere for part or all of their renovation. But for most people, living elsewhere for several months is not financially viable and instead they must find ways to live in a home under construction.

According to the Stats Man, the average Canadian will spend $420 a month on food in 2017. This is one of the biggest categories in most families' budgets. And it's one that can jump even higher if you don't watch your spending carefully. Some choices seem obvious; others, not so much.

You fell in love, dated and decided to get married. Congratulations! Now comes the fun of planning the wedding, as well as all the potential stressors and exorbitant costs that can accompany the magical day. But couples on a budget, take heart - the most romantic day of your life doesn't also have to be the most expensive.

Where does your money go? It seems to vaporize as soon as your pay cheque is deposited into your bank account. In conditions like that, saving isn’t easy… Here are some tips to regain control.

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Getting the kids ready for the school year may be a busy and expensive time for parents, but it can be a good opportunity to lead by example and teach your children a thing or two about budgeting and money management.

The annual shopping spree for school supplies doesn't need to be frenzied. As September looms, here's what to buy students - and what to avoid!

After ‘fear of missing out’ drove the spring frenzy, purchasers often wield the power now. So why don’t more seize it? House hunters in the Toronto area lamented for years that sellers had a tight grip on the market. Now, that tension has eased and buyers often wield the power.

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