Friday, November 18, 2016

Opportunity Cost or How a Broken Fridge Can Turn into an Expensive Kitchen Makeover

Have you ever thought about about the difference about an expensive item and a lower-priced counterpart? The difference is not just the amount of money, but also what you can do with this money sitting between, say, a $1,000 leather jacket and a $400 one.

The $600 difference between the two jackets is the monthly payment on your car lease, the monthly insurance on your car, and a lunch out with your kids. No bad, right?


Sunday, March 6, 2016

Increase Your Home's Value by 25% with These Tips

Are you planning to sell your home? Is your dream to get a good gain off this sale? Read these tips below that will help you increase your home's value by up to 25%. We've consulted a number of sources, including the Consumer Reports Magazine as well as a number of personal finance websites. In this post we've gathered only relevant tips and ideas for Canadians.


Sunday, February 28, 2016

15 Products to Buy at Costco Canada

Having access to wholesale stores like Costco makes us wonder what to buy at Costco and what to buy at regular supermarkets. We’ve already explained that some products are not worth buying at Costco . Still, Costco Canada offers a large range of deals nowhere else to be found. In this article we are going to cover 15 best deals you can benefit from and make some savings on while shopping at Costco.


Sunday, February 7, 2016

Don't Buy These 7 Products at Costco

If you are a Costco member, you know well that shopping at this store is a great way to save money. Usually, buying in bulk offers lower prices per unit on the majority of products at Costco. Stocking up on a wide range of products offered at Costco is a no-brainer.


Along with savings, Costco may offer "lemons" - products that are not priced well for our pocket. We go to Costco with the assumption that we will be getting the best price. Unfortunately, it is not always true.

It is true that you can save more by avoiding buying perishable items at Costco even if the price looks so tempting. If your household does not have enough people to consumer these products, it will be a complete waste. Throwing away expired goods is like flushing your money down the toilet. In addition, you always want to follow a list so that to exclude any impulsive purchases.

Saturday, February 6, 2016

5 Things Car Dealerships Don't Want You to Know

Is it now that time when your old car is beyond repairs and you need a new four-wheeled friend? You have probably done some window shopping online to compare car models and pricing. Then you would head to a couple of car dealers to try to get the best deal for your pocket. That's where the story starts: the dealership. In this post, we are highlighting the 5 things that car dealerships don't want you to know. These 5 tips will help you when getting a good deal on a new car or used car at dealerships in Canada.