Our fearless columnist tackles something you really need an etiquette degree for: buying appropriate gifts for graduations, weddings, baby showers and other joyous (and annoying) events.
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Leen Li grew up in Northeast China, the fifth child in a family too poor to buy even a potato peeler. That experience informs not only her leadership role at Wealthsimple, but her whole life.
Donald Link's restaurants—places like Cochon and Herbsaint—kind of dominate the food world of New Orleans. How did it get to be that way? Well, first he had to get completely ripped off.
She was the child of immigrants. She was a failed journalism intern. She was a video store clerk. And then she became a viral rap phenomenon. But she still lives in the same super cheap apartment.
The Oscar-nominated director of Boyhood talks to Wealthsimple about the blessings of bad jobs, not caring about money, and, yeah, getting laid off.
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Don't do it because you'll both get $10,000 managed free (but, yes, you'll both get $10,000 managed free).
There are lots of things to recommend the freelance lifestyle. But matching retirement contributions and a regular paycheque aren't among them. Here's how to be the boss of your own money.
A quick and simple financial guide for Canadians living in the U.S. who, for reasons we won’t ask you about, have been thinking about moving home.
How fickle fashion affects the price of Hermes Birkin bags and other lessons from the handbag economy.
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To celebrate our second consecutive Webby win for Best Financial Services website, we asked the designers, engineers, analysts, and our CEO to name the sites they love.
To congratulate us on both reaching $1 billion in assets and securing a new investment of $50 million in our company, we had a very special guest. (Hint: His name is Justin Trudeau.)
Helping people gain financial power is Wealthsimple's mission. That's why we're proud to partner with Moneythink, a nonprofit that promotes financial literacy for those who need it most.
Introducing the Wealthsimple RESP in Canada. Now that we eliminated the confusing paperwork and the high fees, there's no good reason not to start planning for your kids' future.