This subreddit is a place to discuss anything related to Canadian personal finance.
The topic of “personal finance” includes budgeting, goal planning, taxation, saving, investing, banking, credit cards, insurance products, life event planning, major purchase advice, unique deals and tips for frugality, employment and other income sources, global or national economic news and discussions, and a variety of similar topics.
A good answer will be supported by relevant and reliable sources. Answers that link only to your personal blog or website are considered low-quality and may be removed at the moderators’ discretion.
Have an in-depth answer.
Use a mix of context, explanation, and sources in your answer. Do not just post links to other sites as an answer.
If you want more information, or clarification, relating to a response then try to be clear that you are unsure, and invite people to expand on your thoughts. Do not post “I’m not sure if this is true…” or “Someone will correct me if I’m wrong.”
Be welcoming and friendly.
Some people who are new to finances might not know what they’re doing. Be patient with them. Keep disagreements polite. This is an advice forum, and therefore we have the expectation that people are coming here looking for help, and they want to be corrected.