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University of Toronto’s Avni Shah looks at one way our brains may sabotage our financial decisions and explains why a good plan may help us stay the course.
Part VIII in our Wealth psychology series: Assistant Professor Avni Shah explains why we push harder as we get closer to accomplishing a goal, and how you can make it work for you when it comes to planning for retirement.
Whether we dream of buying chalets, cottages or cabins, reality can be abrupt when we see listing prices. But there are still budget areas to consider even if Canada’s higher-end vacation enclaves beckon. Check out these costs and see what kind of recreational property you can afford.
Q: I’ve accumulated enough money to worry how my kids will handle it when I’m gone — how can I prepare them?
From our Wealth Psychology series: University of Toronto’s Lisa Kramer explains why we sometimes react differently to financial information depending on how it is delivered. Find out how you can reframe your finances.