There’s lots to love about remote work—it saves time, money and the stress of choosing what to wear every morning. But a survey found the key to an even happier work-from-home life could be getting into the office once a while, too.
It seems like everyone’s picking up a side gig these days. Whether driving for a ride-share app or going back to babysitting, people are picking up extra gigs to cope with the increasingly high price of everyday life.
You may have heard of that widely-cited study from 2010 which theorized that happiness caps at US$75,000 (US$102,500 today), with each dollar earned past that mark making little impact on the earner's well-being—well, turns out that may not be true, after all.
Homeownership is a milestone that we've been told is one of the keys to financial security and an important investment, but with the mortgage payments steadily rising for many new homeowners, that may no longer be the case.
Here at The Peak Money, we've been in saving mode (‘cause recession)—but if you're going to spend your hard-earned cash, there's no better time than Black Friday/Cyber Monday—especially since we've scoured the web for the best discounts and sales, so you don't have to.
Struggling to get your DIY investment portfolio in the green? It might not be about your stock picks but rather some behaviour-modifying techniques trading apps are implementing to “gamify” investing, even at the expense of your returns.
Scrolling through social media, you’re bound to come across a quadruped living a more luxurious life than you (and earning a bigger paycheque too). But for regular Canadians, caring for a family pet is a big expense, not a money maker.