Author Archives: Jim Yih

Finding Balance with productivity and organization

I’m not a big fan of New Year Resolutions for myself because I set goals quite regularly throughout the year.  That being said, I support others that do use new years resolutions as a means for changing habits and trying to get on track. I have written about some ideas to help others who want

7 Habits of Wealthy Canadians

Far too often we are lured by the thought that there may be a shortcut to wealth. We all dream about winning the lottery, or investing in the next great investment, or starting a wonder business that becomes a license to print money. I was up late this week and I had the TV running

RRSP Quick Facts 2015

It’s that time again when Canadians go out and buy RRSPs for the past year. Here are some of the rules and regulations for RRSPs so you can make good RRSP decisions this year. Who is eligible to buy RRSPs? Anyone who has earned income, has a social insurance number and has filed a tax

Implementing your Financial goals

Happy New Year! As we put the past year behind us and look to the future, it’s a typical time for people to start the year with some financial resolutions. For some their focus will be on getting rid of debt. Others will have savings goals. Some people just need to know more about their

Investing your TFSA

Sometimes, the TFSA is misunderstood.  One common misunderstanding is how many people think the Tax Free Savings Account (TFSA) is just a savings account.  After all, the ‘SA’ in TFSA stands for ‘savings account’.  If the TFSA was called the Tax Free Investment Account (TFIA), would people then mistake it for just a savings account