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From building a budget to the economics of wealth disparity, this is your source for personal finance. Information, musings, and no-BS advice on everything finlit.
Watch videos on investing vs. paying off debt, understanding the difference between TFSA and RRSP, the Drinks & Dollars™ series, and more.
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