You may already know that Canadian women earn less than men, but do financial goals differ by gender too? The answer is a resounding yes, according to a 2018 report by Montreal-based Mylo, a fintech app. During a random sampling of over 30,000 users, Mylo found that Canadian women actually set financial goals that are 52 per cent smaller than their male counterparts.
Know what you owe
Also? Know your income. Every part of it.
Denial’s not just a river in Egypt
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Enough with the bare minimum
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Take the per diem and run
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Save on food (and drinks)
Stay in more
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No longer convenient
Shop until they drop
In excellent used condition
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Wait for it
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In a fix
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Log your purchases
Journal your successes
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