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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As a Sister of St. Joseph, Amy Hereford lives a financial life that's a lot different from most of us. But she thinks the lessons from it apply to us all.
The star of the new show “I Love Dick” on why you should be a grown-up about money (know your financial details) but still have some fun (keep enough cash in your pocket to buy a fancy guitar)
Franklin Leonard’s list of the best un-produced films in Hollywood used small data to convince Hollywood to make movies like “Argo” and “Slumdog Millionaire”
The comedian and author sits down with Wealthsimple to talk about how hard it is to shed the cheap-potatoes-for-dinner mentality.
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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 paycheck 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.
If you work in the American gig economy, it’s the best way to sock money away, and lower your tax bill. And we just Wealthsimple-ed it.