When Canadian cities want to build infrastructure, they politely request provincial and federal funding-and then beg, cry, slobber, stomp their feet, hold their breath and turn blue until they get their money. You’d think our mayors would resent a system that trades their dignity for new curling rinks and overpasses,Continue Reading

It was as if gold was taking a lesson from Bitcoin the day before, and for once you couldn’t blame North Korea. On Thursday, the electronic currency plummeted to about $50 after hitting a Wednesday high of about $260. “What did they think?” chuckled someone at a business news meetingContinue Reading

Owning a rental property is one of the most popular ways to generate passive income, but it’s not always easy. We purchased a 4-plex through a short sale process in October 2011 and my rental income projection was quite wrong. I finally finished our 2012 tax return and I canContinue Reading