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This Toronto graphic designer paid off his student loan and is finally debt-free. Now he’s making $75,000 and saving for… well, he’s not sure
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Shane is finally debt-free. After paying off $25,000 in OSAP last year — mostly because he finally landed a full-time role and left the gig-economy — he’s ...

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Should you outsource your grocery shopping? Your taxes? Here’s how to decide
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There’s a growing trend to outsource as much of your life as possible, if you can afford it.The theory is that outsourcing gives you your time back, which ...

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Suze Orman on why you should work until you’re 70, be careful giving money to your kids and sell your home sooner rather than later
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Suze Orman, the renowned American personal finance guru, tried to retire at 65. She and her partner moved to the Caribbean, took up sport fishing and became ...

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This 27-year-old project manager makes $70,000 and lives at home — but her commute takes up to two hours and she’s $18,000 in debt. Can she save up enough to move out?
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At 27, Samantha has goals for the future, but feels hindered by mounting debt. How much exactly? $18,000 on a line of credit, and she’s not entirely sure ...

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This 27-year-old Toronto marketing professional makes $55,000 a year. She has a five-year plan to buy a home with her partner. How does she start?
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Meet Maria, a 27-year-old marketing professional making $55,000 a year, who lives in Toronto’s Danforth-area with two roommates. By 2021, she’d like to move ...

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Millennial Money Q and A: Financial planner Jason Heath and the Toronto Star’s Evelyn Kwong answer your pressing questions
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Every week for the last three months, the Toronto Star’s Evelyn Kwong has shared the story of a millennial (or a millennial couple) living in Toronto or the ...

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His parents bought their first home for $45,000 in their 20s. He bought his for $690,000 in his 30s. Why first-time buyers are getting older at an alarming rate
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When Kyle Paranuik’s parents were in their mid-20s, they bought their first house in small-town Ontario for $45,000.Thirty-five years later, Paranuik bought ...

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This 34-year-old Toronto teacher makes $70,000 a year. She and her finance plan to spend $80,000 on their wedding and yearlong honeymoon. Can she save enough?
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Simone is a teacher living in Toronto making $70,000 a year. At 34, she’s finally debt-free and ready to spend money on the next chapter of her life.She is ...

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They’re both 25 and make $262,000. This couple wants to pay off their mortgages and spend more on travel. How do they start?
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Both 25 years old, this Toronto couple makes more than $250,000 collectively, working in tech for two downtown companies. Ace is a senior product manager ...

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This 36-year-old quit her well-paid job as a lawyer to become a holistic farmer. Can she afford the big drop in pay?
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Carol Burbank trained to be a lawyer for years, but two years after being called to the bar, she was having second thoughts. Her career didn’t feel like a ...

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