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Articles of General Interest

Canada becoming more vulnerable as rising debt and hot housing get worse, bank warns

Canadian Homeowners Would Be Screwed By 1% Interest Rate Hike: Poll

Americans have become lazy and it's hurting the economy

Half Of Canada's Millennial Homeowners Have Buyer's Remorse

More than 2,000 billionaires worldwide

‘Full-blown housing bubble’: Economist alarmed by view of never-ending price gains

Annual housing starts hit highest level in nearly a decade

When We're Stressed About Money We Make Bad Decisions

Chasing the Canadian dream: The real force driving the housing boom in our big cities

Reflect – Small Changes Can Have Big Results

The More Stuff We Have, The Less Joy We Feel

Fintech as a force for social good

More Canadians are raiding their RRSPs to buy a house, make ends meet and pay off debt

These 8 Men are Richer than 3.6 Million People Combined

12 Charts About Canadian Housing That Will Make You Go WTF

U.S. Inequality Keeps Getting Uglier

GoFundMe CEO: We want to be the Netflix of giving

4 in 10 Canadians say they'll need to cut back on current lifestyle

A Return To ‘Normal' Mortgage Rates Would Crush Canadians

Is this Donald Trump’s Gift for Canada?

Almost a million Canadians couldn't handle a 1-point interest rate rise, TransUnion says

Canada’s household debt is now bigger than its GDP, for the first time

Divorce is never easy and your heart may be broken, but that doesn’t mean your wallet needs to be too

Canadians are just $200 away from being overwhelmed by debt, new survey finds

76 million Americans are struggling financially or just getting by

38 per cent of Canadians with a mortgage have financial difficulty

Conversations about personal finance more difficult than religion and politics, according to new Wells Fargo survey

Warren Buffett’s 10 Ways to Get Rich