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Opinion on How Canadians are Living Today

Canadians have it hard today. The Canadian currency is weak, the inflation rate is increasing and the worst part is many suffer from no salary increase while cost of living strengthens. Further, with the global turmoil and the newly elected president Trump presidential, there are tons of uncertainties right now. Many Canadians are relocating from [...]

January 27th, 2017|Mathematics|

The Big Question for Any Accountant: Should I work in the Industry or Public Accounting Firm?

Once upon a time, the title “Accountant” was highly regarded as a prestige job position in any company. The accounting department is one of the core functions within the company and almost all the other functions are dependent on the accounting department’s information. They know do all the bookkeeping, taxes, financial statements, and they are [...]

January 25th, 2017|Mathematics|

Excuses for Not Handing in Homework on Time Can Cripple to the Economy

It is becoming a trend that students are not completing their homework on time and it is also apparent that students view this as the norm. Responsibility as a student was definitely not as rigid as it was in the previous generation. In the previous generation, parents taught their kids to put homework as their [...]

January 24th, 2017|Mathematics|

Most Popular College Program on the Rise in North America: English Literature

While business applicants are still leading the top 10 most popular college program list in North America, English Literature is not far behind! This shouldn’t be a surprise since there are approximately 1.5 million new immigrants every year. Most of these new immigrants speak English as their second or third language which is why they [...]

January 21st, 2017|Mathematics|

Opinion: Want to Buy a House in Toronto? Think Again

We hear on the news all the time how the Canadian government is trying to cool down the housing market so that prices can be seen as more affordable to the majority. Is this a strategy that the government is implementing so that people’s emotions can be controlled temporary or is it actually true that [...]

January 20th, 2017|Mathematics|

Study Drug Abuse: Adderall

You go to the library and you tell yourself that “today will be a productive day, I will definitely get what I had planned done!” Your phone rings and you decided to chat for 15 minutes because you can afford to. You open your laptop and textbook and get everything settled to start studying. Suddenly [...]

January 20th, 2017|Mathematics|

The Big Excuse in Life: What are the chances?

How many times have you heard people say “What are the chances? We live in an era where we find this great excuse for ourselves to not do something. This can be something such as setting and achieving a harder goal, entering a sweepstake in hopes to win a prize, or something such as enrolling [...]

January 19th, 2017|Mathematics|

True Story: The Journey to Obtaining My Chartered Professional Accountant (CPA) Designation

When I was in high school, I never appreciated any subject other than Accounting when I first took it in grade 11. As a matter of fact, I took it for fun because my mother was an accountant. I was going in with absolutely zero knowledge of what accounting is. The only reason why I [...]

January 18th, 2017|Mathematics|

Opinion: Private Schools Are Toxic!

Whether you come from a rich or poor background, private schools are perceived as more elite and offer better teaching than public schools. Where did this misconception come from? No one really knows, it was always passed down from our parents. Private school tuitions are not cheap at all, it ranges from $9,500 to $25,000 [...]

January 13th, 2017|Mathematics|

Does Obtaining a CFA or CPA Really Increase Your Chances in Becoming Employed in the Financial Industry?

This question is frequently asked by students. Will I be superior among my competitors if I have my CFA or CPA? While both CPA and CFA markets itself as having it is prestige, they don’t dare market themselves that having one the other designation will ensure that you get a job in the financial industry [...]

January 12th, 2017|Mathematics|