Finance 2023, November
More than half of Quebec families are financially concerned about their children's post-secondary education. Are you part of the lot? Here are 5 good reasons to contribute to an RESP
Your mother, your mother-in-law, your neighbor, your colleagues, your whole circle of friends and the cashier at the grocery store tell you: children are expensive! Fortunately, parents are never short of tips
“Mom, can I have this toy? You have money yourself. » Even if your child is still too young to receive pocket money, it is not too early to teach them different concepts around money
Rest assured, it is possible to give our family a great Christmas without losing all our savings. The holiday season is perfect for putting a few things in the spotlight
Maternity leave can be financially stressful because you will only receive a percentage of the salary you are used to. Some explanations and some tips are needed
There are your children, my children, your expenses and mine… How do we split the bills when we are a blended family?
Every year you find yourself without the money to go on a trip? Here are some tips to help you save for your vacation
Since she has to pay rent and several expenses on her own, the single mother is prone to indebtedness. Here are some tips for seeing the light at the end of the tunnel
With a family, our financial situation changes and so do our tax returns. Here's everything you need to know before you start your first declaration as a parent
A mother's tasks are many and the professional pressure she experiences is intense. How much would a mother's work be worth if we decided to pay her?
A baby is lots and lots of joy, excitement, a bit of fear and… spending. Yes, it is often said that a baby changes our life: well, it also changes our budget
To give or not? A tricky decision that involves more than just the dollars you will pay. Managing a small portfolio has many other lessons
Your financial situation has just changed, the budget explodes and very quickly, you lose control and you no longer know where to turn. What can you do to get out of it?
Beyond emotions and magic, starting a family comes with a number of responsibilities, duties… and expenses. So how much does it cost to have a child?
Children are immersed in a world of consumption. To make them responsible adults, it is better to start their financial education early. How to go about it?
The question of finances in a couple can be a source of arguments and discomfort. However, it is important to review your entire approach with the arrival of children, so a conversation is in order
An outing to a restaurant is synonymous with pleasure (and time off from dinner!) It can, however, hurt the wallet a bit. Fortunately, several establishments offer a free meal to children
Having good credit allows you to avoid security deposits, access loans and get better interest rates when buying a home. Here are 10 tips for maintaining a good credit score
Your son and his friend have energy for eight! They spent the day playing ball in your driveway…until your son accidentally kicked the ball into the beautiful bay window of the house next door
Eating at a restaurant is a real pleasure, but it turns out to be quite expensive, especially when you have a big family. Here are some places that offer kids meals for free or at low prices
One day in February, after receiving almost all of my tax papers, I decided that I was going to handle my taxes this year. After all, a versatile woman like me is certainly capable of doing this task
It is well known that children are curious. They ask a thousand and one questions, about everything and nothing. Even about taxes! But, how to explain such a complex subject to them? We asked for expert help
A fall, theft, material damage: these are among life's little misfortunes. Although these situations cannot be countered, it is often mistakenly thought that these incidents are not covered. However, your home insurance offers solutions
The piggy bank is not just a decorative object: it is a good starting point to teach our children about saving. Here are some models and tips to make optimal use of it
This is not a myth. Quebecers are generous, and even more so when the holiday season arrives and the time comes to spoil their loved ones
The holiday frenzy is starting to kick in. We are all looking for the perfect gift for our children and those around us
With the summer coming to an end, parents are busy preparing for the start of the school year. Already, it's time to buy pencils, notebooks, bags and clothes
Did you know that nearly 80% of parents greatly underestimate the cost of post-secondary education for their children? “Mom, dad, one day I will be a doctor! » According to a recent CROP 1 survey conducted on behalf of Kaleido, Registered Education Savings Plan (RESP) specialist, nearly half of Quebec children (44%) dream of working in a profession that requires a university degree.
Did you know that in twenty years, it will cost more than $140,000 to complete post-secondary studies in Quebec? But you can prepare for it now. Discover the benefits of investing in a Registered Education Savings Plan (RESP)
Wondering why you should invest in your children's RESP? Here are 7 excellent reasons that will convince you
Many parents open a Registered Education Savings Plan for their child at birth
A recent survey revealed that the majority of Quebecers invest in traditional savings methods. But where should RESPs fit into your investment portfolio?
Why should you save in a Registered Education Savings Plan (RESP)? It's a question that comes up every year, as families consider the best investment strategies to pursue. Here are some answers to this question
For two weeks, your little girl has refused to wear anything other than her purple tutu. She jumps, twirls and dances wherever she goes. At the grocery store, at the park, at daycare, nothing stops her
A CROP survey, conducted among 1,000 Quebecers on behalf of Kaleido, raised several interesting facts about the budget of Quebec families
Opening a registered education savings plan for a child is one of the best financial decisions new parents can make
Summer is just around the corner and the kids are looking forward to the holidays. The end of the school year is the perfect excuse to teach your child the value of things
The arrival of a baby is always a sign of big changes in a life. This is also a time when expenses can add up quickly. Here are some tips to save for the birth of Junior
My daughter can't tie her shoelaces. It's at the second rabbit ear that it goes wrong: there are too many laces, not enough little fingers or the opposite… In short, we can't do it
I remember, when I was in primary and secondary school, the rush I had to go shopping for my school effects before the start of the school year. Wandering the aisles to find THE cool patterned satchel, paired with my pencil case