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Cutting Costs: 4 Ways to Reduce Your Monthly Expenses

Cutting Costs: 4 Ways to Reduce Your Monthly Expenses

| January 19, 2018 | 0 Comments

Everyone is always looking to save more money. For younger people who may not have a lot of disposable income, reducing monthly expenses can feel like a weight lifted off your shoulders. It is also a good idea to put as much money as you can away for unplanned costs. Consider these four ways to […]

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5 Smart Tips for Purchasing Baby Clothes

5 Smart Tips for Purchasing Baby Clothes

| January 15, 2018 | 1 Comment

As a new mom, you’re constantly busy and tired, and you’re probably always on the lookout for better ways to take care of your baby. Shopping for baby clothes becomes a nearly weekly endeavor, since your little one is growing so fast. So if you struggle to find both the time and the money to […]

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The Biggest Investment: A Few Pointers to Maintaining the Value of Your New Home

The Biggest Investment: A Few Pointers to Maintaining the Value of Your New Home

| January 7, 2018 | 0 Comments

When you buy your first home, you will want to maintain its value so that you can sell it later as your family grows. A house is your largest financial investment in life, so you must protect your home by caring for its features. Here is how you can protect your home from damage that […]

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What is The Economic and Social Impact of Immigration on Canada?

What is The Economic and Social Impact of Immigration on Canada?

| January 4, 2018 | 0 Comments

Canada is among the countries which have come into existence only due to immigration. However, those were the early Europeans who came in search of resources and opportunities and settled here, later on forming a sovereign state. During 1870’s Canada’s population was near about 3.6 million, which is in 2017 near nearly 35 million, a […]

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4 Ways Going Green Can Actually Save You Money Over Time

4 Ways Going Green Can Actually Save You Money Over Time

| January 3, 2018 | 0 Comments

When you decide to go green, you save money consuming energy, buying food, driving, and changing your shopping habits. These simple changes contribute to healthy green living and reduce the amount you spend. Saving Energy in Your Home When you install a programmable thermostat you will save 10% a year on heating and cooling. Set […]

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Health Tips That Can Confuse Busy Executives and Compromise Their Fitness

Health Tips That Can Confuse Busy Executives and Compromise Their Fitness

| December 28, 2017 | 0 Comments

There comes a stage when all the sacrifices made by busy executives force them to take a relook at their health. Usually, the first choice for getting information is the Internet, but unfortunately, they are faced with an overload of material that usually confuses them, and may even result in their making potentially dangerous choices. […]

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