“Oh look, they have TD banks in Canada too,” said my sister who was visiting us recently. I replied, “Well yea, the bank is Canadian. TD stands for Toronto Dominion.” My sister, “No, I don’t think so. That doesn’t SOUND right.” Me: “OK, let’s Google […]
Life in Canada
It’s tax time. Admittedly, this is everyone’s least favorite time of the year, but imagine if you had to pay taxes to the IRS and you didn’t even live in America. This is our reality and the reality facing millions of American expats living around […]
As an Americanadian (pronounced A Merry Canadian) – an American citizen living in Canada – I’ve learned to embrace the Canadian lifestyle. I learned to ski. I enjoy a hot plate of poutine. I occasionally say “Eh.” I know MOST of the lyrics of O […]
I’ve noticed personal finance bloggers generally fall into 3 categories: 1) Stay-at-home moms 2) Engineers 3) Frugal millennials Since I can check off 2 of those boxes, I thought blogging would be easy. I was wrong. I have an undergrad degree in Aerospace Engineering and […]
Single-Payer Healthcare – Painful or Painless? A Firsthand Comparison of American and Canadian Healthcare
There are few topics in America today that garner as much controversy as healthcare. With the President’s promise to repeal and replace Obamacare or ACA (Affordable Care Act), individuals relying on this insurance are in a constant state of instability. Yes, I realize that’s an […]
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