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  1. Thanks for ending on a positive note 🙂
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  2. Jay says:

    Great post! And I totally agree – the cost of living in Canada (particularly food) has definitely been going up. Investing in the companies that are raising the profits sure is a good way to hedge yourself! Thanks again
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  3. Leo T. Ly says:

    Inflation is often on my mind when I make any purchases. The price of grocery, especially fresh fruits and vegetables are increasing a lot faster than our salaries. One way to keep our budget in check is to buy fruits and vegetables when they are in season or to grow your own to cut down on your grocery bills.

    Since our income are not increasing that fast, to make more money, I save a bit more and use my savings to increase my passive income. This way is much better than getting a second job. My m the long term I am hoping the passive income will be able to replace most of my salary.
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  4. Pellrider says:

    Expenses keeps going up. The minimum wage is going up too. I just think, instead of increasing the minimum wage the government should reduce the payroll tax for people making less than $50,000per annum.

    • Hey pell that would be a great idea for the people but not the government. That would lower the govts income vs raising it by collecting more income tax. The raise is really going to hurt as there will be less jobs.

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