How to Maintain and Achieve Your Financial Goals

We’re almost halfway through the year which means it’s the perfect time to check in on your financial goals, see where you stand, and review your progress. Financial goals are the key foundation to achieving financial stability. If you don’t set goals, you won’t be able to save 6-months worth of expenses in your emergency fund, pay off debt, or save up for a downpayment on a new house....

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Updates: March 3 -9

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 Don’t forget to enter our exclusive, Facebook only contest! Head over to our Facebook Page for details and you could win an iPod shuffle. We’re also co-hosting a Canon Rebel DSLR camera giveaway, don’t forget to enter! After a successful blogger meet up last week, we’re spending this weekend getting some mundane tasks done. As we wrote about in our goal setting post, we’re...

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Financial Goals: 2013

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The start of a new year is a natural point in time to embark on new goals and to review the achievements of the past year.  Last week, Brian and I talked a bit about our net worth.  We’re pretty happy with the numbers on paper, but how did we do in terms of achieving the goals we set back in early 2012?   Photo Credit: Images_of_Money via flickr CF’s Goals Emergency Fund: $2000...

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Financial Goals: 2012

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Keeping track of your goals gives you a concrete marker to aim for each year. It’s important to do this for yourself, but publishing them here keeps us honest! CF’s goals may change dramatically depending on her employment situation at the end of her degree in April.   CF’s Goals Emergency Fund: $2000 Net Worth: $0 Add $1000 to TFSA. Increase RRSP contribution to at least $100...

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