Adulting is difficult. Every day we have to make decisions, and it's hard to find the answers we need to make them with confidence. altruWisdom provides Canadians with independent financial education and life advice through curated lessons, powerful tools, and action items. We guide you through your current challenges and prepare you for the ones to come.
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Are you familiar with a dusty old shoebox filled with important documents, electricity bills, your grade 12 report card, account statements, parking ticket, birthday cards from the last 10 years and your passport? Don’t worry - you are not alone in this world. We live in a digital world, where most things made of paper either end up in the dusty box or piled up on your kitchen counter/coffee table/dresser.
Spoiler alert: There is no one right answer to this question. This is not an area where rules of thumb work. Nobody can tell you that an RRSP is always better than a TFSA, or vice versa. Ultimately, you will be the best person to decide where to put your money, and we are here to help you understand the unique benefits of each account.
There are 8 main money blunders newlyweds go through. Read this list and avoid making the same mistakes as you start your marriage.
We all have high expectations of our existing and future partners. It is a shopping list of items that we are hoping for and often won't settle for anything less. But we forget to look closely at what we offer in return. Are we really a great catch?
Teaching our kids to have a strong financial understanding is important, but how you teach them can make all the difference in how they apply it later on in life.
Many Canadian Millennials don't realize the amount of government benefits available to them. Luckily, altruWisdom has a place where most Canadian benefits can be found.
Kids are expensive. Budgeting for all the extra expenses of childcare can be very stressful, since there are so many unknowns. Our helpful guide will ease the stress and help you prepare for the unforeseen and unexpected expenses.
In the wealth management industry, clients are often asked about their net worth, but nobody ever seems to know the answer, or more importantly, why that number even matters.
Average Canadian non-mortgage debt stands at a whopping $29,312 per person, including an average credit card balance of $4,154. This is caused by overspending on entertainment, luxury items, vacations, clothing and expensive gifts. Learn the types of over-spenders in this article.
We’ve shared our wisdom on the most important life topics through our blog, but there’s more! The altruWisdom platform will give you online access to tools and actionable advice designed to power you through the challenges of your current life events and prepare you for the ones to come.