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2014 Financial Goals December Update

To keep me honest and focused I post my financial goals on My Own Advisor.  One thing I’ve learned over the years is I have a much better chance at realizing my goals if I keep tabs on them, and often. Here’s a recap of what we tried to accomplish starting in early 2014: Continue putting $300 lump sum payments on our mortgage every month ($3,600). Maximize both Tax Free Savings Accounts (TFSAs) ($11,000). Increase Registered Retirement Savings Plan (RRSP) contributions by $200 per month ($2,400). I’m very proud to report we nailed every ...
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2014 Financial Goals – September Update

To keep me honest and focused I post my financial goals on My Own Advisor.  One thing I’ve learned over the years is I have a much better chance at realizing my goals if I keep tabs on them, and often. Here’s a recap of our original 2014 financial goals: Continue putting $300 lump sum payments on our mortgage every month ($3,600). Maximize both Tax Free Savings Accounts (TFSAs) ($11,000). Increase Registered Retirement Savings Plan (RRSP) contributions by $200 per month ($2,400). Here’s our report card with just less than four months to ...
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2014 Financial Goals – August Update

 To keep me honest and focused I post my financial goals on My Own Advisor.  One thing I’ve learned over the years is I have a much better chance at realizing my goals if I keep tabs on them, and often. In case you missed earlier posts on this subject, here’s a recap of our 2014 financial goals: Continue putting $300 lump sum payments on our mortgage every month ($3,600). Maximize both Tax Free Savings Accounts (TFSAs) ($11,000). Increase Registered Retirement Savings Plan (RRSP) contributions by $200 per month ($2,400). Here’s where we ...
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2014 Financial Goals – June Update

To keep me honest and focused I post my financial goals on My Own Advisor.  One thing I’ve learned over the years is I have a much better chance at realizing my goals if I keep tabs on them, and often. In case you missed earlier posts on this subject, here’s a recap of our 2014 financial goals: Continue putting $300 lump sum payments on our mortgage every month ($3,600). Maximize both Tax Free Savings Accounts (TFSAs) ($11,000). Increase Registered Retirement Savings Plan (RRSP) contributions by $200 per month ($2,400). Here’s where we ...
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2014 Financial Goals – April Update

To keep me honest but also focused, I post my financial goals on My Own Advisor.  One thing I’ve learned over the years is I have a much better chance at realizing my goals if I keep tabs on them, and often. Here’s a recap of our 2014 financial goals: Continue putting $300 lump sum payments on our mortgage every month ($3,600). Maximize both Tax Free Savings Accounts (TFSAs) ($11,000). Increase Registered Retirement Savings Plan (RRSP) contributions by $200 per month ($2,400). Here’s our report card year-to-date. Continue putting $300 lump ...

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