As a former licensed financial advisor, and now financial writer, Anne Papmehl has enjoyed helping Canadians on their journey towards financial literacy. Outside of the financial industry, Anne writes on numerous other topics, such as health care, technology, innovation, e-commerce, careers and education. She is also a research consultant, working in the areas of energy, environment, agri-business, investor relations and emergency preparedness, and recently edited a book of case studies written by several of her colleagues.
In her Tangerine blogs, Anne likes to share stories of herself, neighbours and friends to illustrate personal financial concepts. To learn more about Anne, see: www.ecostratcommunications.ca
The end of COVID-19 lockdown restrictions in several Asian countries saw a massive surge in consumer "revenge spending." Revenge spending is an extreme form of retail therapy: Where people overindulge in buying luxury goods after a long period of pent up demand. Avoid Excess Spending by Planning Ahead As Canada begins to loosen...