Money Management All-in-one-desk Reference for Canadians for by Heather Ball, Andrew Bell, Andrew Dagys, Tony Ioannou,

By Heather Ball, Andrew Bell, Andrew Dagys, Tony Ioannou, Margaret Kerr

The entire details you must deal with your cash properly in a single nice advisor seeking to extend your wisdom of cash administration? This all-in-one source is the instrument you wish. From facing debt and surroundings monetary targets to beginning a small company and making plans your property, this integral table reference is bursting with sound monetary recommendation. Our Canadian monetary specialists provide the perception you would like for making first class money-management judgements. surroundings monetary targets — ensure your funds character and set a monetary direction that works for you Getting your self out of debt — take on credits difficulties and rate concerns to set your self at the correct direction trading a house — get the house of your desires for the easiest rate and promote your home simply and profitably figuring out making an investment necessities — discover your innovations to utilize your funds development wealth via shares, bonds, and mutual cash — purchase the main ecocnomic funding autos it doesn't matter what the commercial weather making plans your retirement — construct your RRSPs to get pleasure from a comfy retirement loose from cash concerns Readying your property — make sure that your property is correctly controlled and secure from taxes beginning a small enterprise — set out on an entrepreneurial event with every little thing you should be winning "An crucial reference guide." —Mike Gillespie, Canwest information carrier Open the booklet and locate: easy methods to deal with your cash to satisfy your objectives price range easy methods to assist you store extra the right way to decrease the taxes you pay specialist tips about purchasing your excellent domestic the simplest investments in your character and ambitions the way to construct a diverse portfolio the news on how a lot you will need to retire conveniently crucial info on property making plans What you must achieve small company

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43 Chapter 5: Spending Wisely . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . qxp 7/30/08 9:07 AM Page 9 Chapter 1 Your Financial Snapshot In This Chapter ᮣ Taking stock of your net worth ᮣ Evaluating your spending habits ᮣ Recognizing your money personality W hether you’re in Montreal, Medicine Hat, or Mozambique, just about every map you come across will likely have a “You Are Here” arrow. Why? Because you can’t get to where you want to be if you don’t know where you are.

For items that fluctuate, such as food, add up your six-month total (SMT). Then double that amount to get your yearly cost. Divide your SMT by 2 for your quarterly cost for that item. Divide your SMT by 6 to determine your monthly cost. Divide your SMT by 26 to calculate your weekly cost. Prepare to be shocked at how much you’re spending in some categories. qxp 7/30/08 9:07 AM Page 21 Chapter 1: Your Financial Snapshot With Table 1-3, you can know how much you’re spending in each category. After you create a budget based on what you want to spend in each category and adjust your spending habits accordingly, you’ll be able to tell when you overspend or underspend in a category.

Then you wait for your next paycheque and start the process all over again. That approach may have worked (although not all that well) back in the days when you were collecting an allowance from Mom and Dad. It may have worked even in university — at least you wouldn’t freeze. As time goes on, though, this “system” becomes less and less sound. This section helps you figure out where you are currently spending your money so you can lay the groundwork for wiser, more informed decisions about your spending.

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