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Director Sean Baker, whose new film is The Florida Project, made a career of spending his own money to tell stories Hollywood wouldn't.
Morocco, the Bronx and Puff Daddy all had a hand in shaping the financial — and life — philosophy of one of America's most successful rappers.
Hasan Minhaj reveals the financial power of college clubs, saying no to law school, and gambling the cost of a BMW on your own one-man show.
The Oscar-winning filmmaker, and director of our new “Investing for Humans” ads, tells his financial life story in our first video edition of Money Diaries.
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The first rule of life insurance: Stop pretending the problem will go away if you ignore it. The second rule is that it's actually not that hard, as long as you avoid the most common pitfalls.
We’re in favor of couples joining their finances, when the time is right. But we’re also in favor of doing it the right way.
Yes to the marble counters. No to the Man Cave.
It's not your fault the human brain wasn't built to be the perfect money-saving machine. So we asked a behavioural economist how to turn it into one, painlessly.
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Now you can give the gift of financial brilliance. Or register your baby for the gift of financial brilliance. As you prefer.
Let us introduce ourselves. We’re Wealthsimple, the simple, elegant, cost-effective way to invest, and today’s our first day in the UK.
We hired an Oscar-winning filmmaker, brought in hundreds of real people, and got them to talk honestly about money.
Our new investment portfolio was designed to comply with Islamic law with the help of people wise in both religion and finance. So you can build wealth while investing according to your values.
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Ten years ago, Warren Buffett bet that passive investing would beat sophisticated hedge funds. He just won. Here’s how that can help you be a better investor.
Canadian investors have noticed that portfolios have declined lately. And a lot of them have wondered why. Here's an explanation, and why it's not a bad thing.
Smart investors don’t try to avoid a downturn; they make sure that they’re in a good place when the markets go back up. Because that’s inevitable, too.
This morning, like every Thursday, entrepreneurs (and hypebeasts) lined up at the Supreme store to await the latest drop. Today we gave them a message about turning their hustle into wealth.
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Tax-loss harvesting is a pretty neat investing trick to save money on your tax bill. But it’s not for everyone. Here’s how it all works.
Women face a lot of hurdles in the technology industry. To help navigate them, we asked Nora Jenkins Townson, our director of people ops, to share some deep HR wisdom.
Exchange Traded Funds are incredibly low-cost and perform exceedingly well. And they've become a whole lot more popular lately. But are they overvalued? Undervalued? Broken? We found an answer.
The short answer is no. The stock market is on an epic eight-year run. You might be tempted to let emotion influence your investing strategy. Here's why that's a bad idea.
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.
Our columnist discovers that prenups have a financial, and human, lesson to teach even those of us who would never use one.
Our columnist takes on the age-old question of mooching off your genetic forebears
This week our columnist tackles that scariest of personal info: our salaries!