If you’re a new graduate starting your first corporate job this fall, chances are the clothes you wore to the classroom won’t cut it in the conference room (unless you’re working in Silicon Valley, where the company-issued t-shirt will look...
The thrill of starting college and moving out of your parents’ home can be swiftly undermined by the sight of your gray, dingy dorm room. This is hardly an ivory tower! Don’t despair. With a little creativity and very little cash, you can transform your space from an institutional cell into a cozy campus retreat.
Have the wobbly financial markets got you hoarding cash at home? Is so, beware. Yes, you may be safe from bear markets, but you’re still vulnerable to losses, especially if you leave your money and valuables in burglar-friendly spots.
Guys, thinking about popping the question? Hope your bride doesn’t have Kardashian-sized expectations when it comes to a ring, or you may putting off retirement for a long time. This infographic shows how long it would take for the average working stiff to afford Kim’s rock.
In observance of Canada Day, we’re taking a look at the average Canadian household and how they spend their money. Check out this infographic to see what proportion of their earnings go to essentials like food, housing, transportation and fun stuff such as books, booze and games of chance!
Housing prices are back in the dumps. Nationwide, average prices have sunk to levels not seen since 2002. But when it comes to real estate, it’s all about location, and some areas have seen their declines stretch back even farther. Here’s a map that shows exactly how far back home values have declined for each major metropolitan area.