Christmas is over and while we still have New Year’s to face, it’s generally not the wallet-draining kind of occasion that Christmas is. And while you may want to just shut your mind to anything that has to do with money or spending – don’t! We have some great articles for you this week on how you can save, and even some leftover Christmas cheer in the form of Habitat for Humanity. All of that and more in this week’s edition of Money Talks!
We usually include one of Gail Vaz-Oxlade’s posts because, well because she’s just so darned good! This week, she takes (a bit of a self-righteous) look at vices and saving. Get past her own boasting, and take heed to the tips about getting rid of your own vices so you can start saving!
Stock up your freezer! Rate Supermarket reports that meat costs are going to rise by a whopping 10 per cent next year!
Do your real estate deals keep falling through? Or just don’t go the way you wanted them to? Bigger Pockets looks at the three biggest mistakes you may be making.
Toronto home sales continue to fall. TO Real blog states that they’re already down by 16% this month!
Are you a senior? Did you just have home renovations completed on your home? Everyday Money blog shows how you might be missing out on a tax credit.
Habitat for Humanity is going high rise to give more families more places to live! The Toronto Star has the details!