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exp_dianacawfield.png Diana Cawfield, finance guru

Finance guru Diana Cawfield gives her money cents.

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We don’t have any bad debt, just a car and a house to pay off. Our mortgage is open, and we have another 3 1/2 years to go on our fixed monthly car payments. We are saving for retirement already, so that’s taken care of too. What should we focus on paying
We want to be “green” investors. How do we find earth-friendly investments?
My partner and I are in debt but want to start putting money toward RRSPs. How much should we contribute to an RRSP without breaking the bank any further?
My wife and I are in great financial shape. We are debt-free, mortgage-free homeowners, with more than $100,000 in investments. We recently inherited a substantial amount of money and are currently in the process of adopting a child. Do we need a financial
What do you think of all the credit cards that offer rewards, such as Air Miles, cash-back and purchase-points cards. Are they worth signing up for?
My wife plans to stay at home with our baby for a couple of years. How can we budget accordingly?
I want to live—meaning spend—for the present, and my partner wants to live—meaning save—for the future. Is our relationship doomed?
To start paying off our substantial debt, should we borrow money from the bank or from mom and dad?
Is it better for one of us to be “CFO” when it comes to looking after household finances?
We’re still paying off our wedding loan, plus we owe an extra 10 grand on plastic and are raising our one-year-old daughter. How can we get out of this debt hole?
 
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