Category Archives for "Life"

The Best Financially Friendly Cars for 2016

2016 has been a great year for the automotive industry. With consumer confidence on the rise, there are many more car buyers who are willing to purchase new cars instead of leasing or purchasing used cars. This is great news for car manufacturers worldwide. A large section of the buyers market in the automotive industry […]

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Should You Become a Landlord?

There is a reason people call them “slumlords”. The harsh reality is there is a not only a negative impression of landlords among renters but, conversely, many landlords have trouble choosing renters who are reliable and trustworthy. But the truth is you’ve set your sights on traveling the world, and becoming a landlord can be […]

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Don’t Let Bad Breath Ruin Your Career

According to the Bad Breath Institute, approximately 40 percent of people worldwide have some level of halitosis, or bad breath. Included in that 40 percent is an estimated 80 million Americans, many of whom get up in the morning, get dressed and head off to work hoping to advance their career.But so often the opposite […]

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5 Tips to Finish College Debt Free

Describe college in one word. What would you say? Homework? Parties? Alcohol? Sex? How about debt? The average student in the 2016 graduating class finished with a whopping $37,172 in student loan debt. It is possible, however, to avoid amassing stifling amounts of debt in college. How? Here are five quick tips to graduate college […]

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Ian Telfer: “Philanthropy Begins At Home”

Canada is well-known for its generosity and for supporting philanthropic initiatives, both within Canada and abroad. Earlier this year, in a strong example of support and compassion, the country rallied around Fort McMurray wildfire evacuees who were forced to leave their homes and belongings after a wildfire ravaged their Albertan community.Canadians from coast to coast […]

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