Bryan Borzykowski

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How much money do I need to retire—and other top financial planning questions answered

From ethical investments to creating a retirement budget, here are expert-backed answers for the top searched questions.
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CERB extension delays tough questions for workers hurt by COVID-19

When the eight-week extension of CERB ends this fall workers forced to turn to EI, especially parents, will face hardships
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The world is in turmoil. And the stock market is... fine?

Many investors are still feeling bullish about the economy, despite all the volatility. Here’s what’s driving the market’s rosy outlook.
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Coronavirus is shaking up Canada’s housing market, but don’t expect a crash

Immigration, which drove hot markets like Toronto and Vancouver, is the wildcard
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Furloughed workers with COVID-19 fears can’t just stay home and collect CERB

If you have been temporarily laid off and your boss asks you to go back to work and you say no, then you’re essentially quitting your job
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COVID-19 has created a debt crisis for Canadian households

From debt consolidation to consumer proposals here are options to consider
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Workers who are rehired may have to cancel and repay their CERB payments. Here’s how.

While the number of Canadians collecting CERB is likely to grow, some workers are now in a position of having to stop collecting payments
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What the turmoil in oil markets means for Canada’s economy

Negative oil prices are a warning sign that the economic fallout from COVID-19 could be even worse than a lot of people are expecting
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What the Canada Emergency Wage Subsidy means for workers hurt by Covid-19

Unfortunately the wage subsidy doesn’t mean everyone will get their job back
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How to apply for CERB if you’re laid off because of COVID-19

What workers in Canada need to know about applying for benefits and looking for a new job