Personal finance is full of big numbers – the amount you’ll need to save for retirement, the amount of your mortgage, the cost of a college or university degree. You can get so fixated on the big numbers that amounts as small as $1,000 can seem almost insignificant.
But $1,000 is enough to make a difference. I recently came across a list U.S.-focused list of 15 smart things you can do with $1,000, and it inspired me to come up with a list of my own for Canadians. Here’s my angle: ways to spend $1,000 to ease your nagging financial worries. I’d love to hear your thoughts on what to do with $1,000. Send them to me at [email protected] and I’ll include a selection in an upcoming newsletter.
Here are my seven suggestions for $1,000
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