Nothing brings you into the world of financial grown-up-ness quicker than finding out you or your spouse is pregnant. Relax, take these simple steps, and feel like the parent you hope to become.
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Adam Rippon — figure skater, TV appearance genius, and the first out male Olympic medal winner — talks about living on a bag of trail mix and wanting nice things.
The artist, photographer and Instagram phenomenon KangHee Kim did all of the original photography for Wealthsimple Magazine. Here she talks about how being an immigrant affects her art.
In exchange for anonymity, one couple told us the brutal details of their life in the grip of an epic cycle of debt.
The author grew up on one of the most famous communes to arise from the 1960s. It shaped her, but that doesn’t mean she wanted to go back.
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What tension between governments means for your investment decisions.
It sounds pretty fancy and sophisticated. But even if you know what it means, you may be doing it wrong.
You're Canadian. But you live in the US. Your RRSP is in Canada. But your 401(k) is in the States. Your TFSA is in Canada. But your.... Don't worry. Our seven-step guide.
It's the world's least popular season. But it's a great chance to step back and reclaim your finances.
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A few months ago, Wealthsimple helped Diggins-Smith tell her story about pay inequality in professional sports. Now we're standing with her again.
Careers in professional sports are notoriously uncertain. That's why NBA rookie Mikal Bridges got a long-term investment portfolio instead of a regular endorsement.
We've created a new way to turn spending your money into investing your money. Roundup lets you — you guessed it — round up your credit and debit card purchases, so your spare change works harder.
Yes! A real print magazine. To touch, smell, and use to both entertain yourself and become a bona fide financial genius. Why did we do it? We're so glad you asked.
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Neale Godfrey — best-selling author and Executive in Residence at Columbia Business school — tells us how to teach our kids to be the money experts we never were ourselves.
We commissioned a survey to find out how women, men, millennials, and, yes, those who do not wear underwear, feel about money. There were some surprises.
Entrepreneur Andrew Yang believes automation will cause a jobs apocalypse. And that Universal Basic Income could be a salve — and shouldn't even be a controversial idea.
Maybe you know that everyone's investments should be diversified, but... well, maybe you don't really know what diversification is. Or how it works. Here's an easy guide.
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If you want to know if our fees are worth it, read this, see the services we provide, and decide for yourself. (We're pretty confident.)
Because a savings account is crucial to any smart financial plan. (That's the reason we launched Wealthsimple Smart Savings.) Unless you don't care about risk or making your money make money.
Maybe you’ve started — investing, saving. Maybe you’re ready to start. But you’re not sure if you’re doing it right. Here’s our simple guide.
Saying it is cumbersome: two-step verification. But for a hacker it's way more cumbersome to try to get past it. A Q&A about our newest security feature.
Casey Wilson and Danielle Schneider — performers, writers, sesh-ers — temporarily take up the mantle of Ms. Etiquette in order to tell us when to tip and how to splurge
Are you inundated with worthy (and not-so-) causes at work? Our columnist has one answer to the charity with a face (from the cubicle next to you) conundrum.
Is it wrong to treat an expense account like a perk? An exploration of the moral world of corporate money.
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.