Check out the top payment options at online casinos

KNOW YOUR ONLINE PAYMENT OPTIONS SO YOU’RE NOT LEFT IN THE DARK   Having a payment method that is fast, reliable and secure is a top priority for any gambler, and being able to make quick and easy deposits at online casinos goes a long way in making your online gambling experience wholesome and fulfilling. While there are a number of payment options available out there, it’s important that you pick a trusted option that keeps your money safe, while simultaneously being fast and easy to operate. Here we’ve compiled a list of the top payment methods at online casinos that are recommended Casino Payment Methods in the industry.   Visa   Visa is one of the most popular means of making payments since when the first casinos started popping up on the internet. On account of its popularity Visa has become a globally accepted payment method, and offers users a safe and reliable payment ecosystem through its extensive fraud protection policies. In addition, Visa users have the option of choosing from the several online casinos that accept Visa for online payments, and can deposit large amounts in a single go. With Visa you can Sail through online gambling with […]

Worried about making online payments? Here’s why PayPal is the perfect solution

PayPal is easily among the biggest online payment systems across the world. Today, PayPal is accepted as a safe and reliable payment gateway by customers and merchants over the internet, and has become an accepted payment method at several online casinos. PayPal’s efficient and reliable model has made it an accepted payment method at several top online casinos like Betway, Jackpot City, Spin Palace and Leo Vegas. Here you can click for more information about the casinos that accept PayPal for deposits and withdrawals. Below we’ve compiled a list of the biggest advantages of using PayPal, and after going through them you’re likely to start using it for all your online transactions. Since starting Canadian Budget Binder I’ve used PayPal services for this blog and now personal purchases. What I love about is that it’s instant and most online shopping outlets accept it. It’s also safe and verifies their customers which is a big deal for those people who worry about online purchases.   Credit card security   While creating a PayPal account, you’re required to enter the details of your credit card and bank account, with which you can make payments online. After entering these details for the first […]

Don’t Make Money Problems Your Daily Obsession : Our Net Worth Update November 2017 (+0.27%)

MONEY ON THE BRAIN WILL LEAD YOU TO A DEAD-END   Are you that person who constantly thinks about your money problems? Do you have a friend who can’t stop talking about their money problems? I’ve been in both situations over the course of my life and I’ll tell you from experience that it’s not a fun place to be. Everyone has had money problems at one point or another unless they were born with a silver spoon in their mouth. Many of the rich and famous grew up in families with money problems yet went on to become multi-million dollar actors, actresses and musicians. 15 Rich Celebs Who Grew Up Poor Leighton Meester Jewel Hilary Swank Sarah Jessica Parker Jim Carrey Demi Moore Eminem Leonardo DiCaprio Tom Cruise Stephen King Mariah Carey Jay-Z Sean Combs Celine Dione Oprah Winfrey  Estimated Net Worth 2.9 Billion Money problems can happen to anyone but constantly worrying about what you must fix instead of living your dreams will harm your financial future. Most people when they get down in the dumps about their money problems they want to do nothing and look to support from anyone that will listen. Some people are super […]

3 Foolproof Savings Tips For One-time Expenses : November 2017 Budget Update

TAKE THE STRESS AWAY FROM ONE-TIME EXPENSES THE EASY WAY   Over the years I’ve had many fans email asking me how to budget for one-time expenses when using a budget. This is no surprise as we’ve made our fair share of mistakes during our newbie years of budgeting. Let me explain. If you’ve never used a financial budget before for your expenses and are contemplating ringing in the new year with a fresh look on money, you’ve come to the right place. You won’t find any hard-to-understand information here as I tend to keep it simple. The key to budgeting is to start slow and to remember that your first go at budgeting might need tweaking. You may find that using budget jars works for you or stashing money in envelopes for the month. Some readers would not dare keep cash at home for fear of dipping into the jar here and there. Everyone IS different the way they handle their money. What’s important to remember here is that it really doesn’t matter what budgeting platform you choose as long as it’s working for you and not against you. How do you know if you’ve found the right or […]

Magical Budget Jars Change This Couples Life Forever

EVERYTHING BECOMES MAGICAL WHEN YOU BELIEVE- EVEN YOUR FINANCES   Every so often I get an email from a CBB fan which sparks a conversation which then turns into sharing their budget journey on Canadian Budget Binder. I absolutely love sharing fan stories because they are real and all of us can relate to them in one form or another. In today’s blog post you’ll learn how one couple goes from two incomes to one and managed to turn some glass jars into magical budget jars. If you don’t take your finances seriously someone else will but that someone else won’t be on your side. Each of these budget stories inspire others including myself to continue to believe in the power of positivity and not giving up when the going gets tough. There is a financial solution out there for everyone whether they choose to believe it or not. It may not what you want it to be but in the end it’s likely for the best.   SEEMINGLY EMPTY TO MAGICAL JARS   Hello Mr. CBB, Here is our budget story …. When my husband and I met we were both struggling from breakups leaving us with less money […]

Clever Online Shopping Saved Our Christmas Budget $400 So Far : The Saturday Weekend Review #242

MAKE ONLINE SHOPPING YOUR SOURCE FOR DEALS OVER THIS HOLIDAY    In general there haven’t been many people I’ve chatted to who don’t have some form of a Christmas Budget. Sounds odd since budgeting for the entire year seems to be one of the laziest financial tasks going even though it is mega easy to do, and valuable. Shopping for any holiday or special occasion without a budget makes for a potential financial disaster. Make sure you read the fine print on your credit card statement which states the length it will take you if only monthly minimum payments are paid. That should be MORE then enough to put the spending without a budget breaks on. Consumers who random-shop tend to spend more money on things they could have purchased cheaper somewhere else. If you care about your money then plan out occasions where you know you will be spending more than typical amounts of money. Compare random shopping to window shopping. Some people like to do their Christmas shopping on Boxing Day and throughout the year which is ideal but again a budget is necessary in my opinion. There were times when we would Christmas shop without a Christmas […]

Everything You Need To Know About Porting A Mortgage In Canada: The Saturday Weekend Review #241

IT’S WORTH KNOWING THE INS AND OUTS OF YOUR MORTGAGE   It’s true and certainly something to always be mindful of, “It’s not about how much money you make, it’s how you save it.” When it comes to porting a mortgage in Canada, there are some things like interest rates that you need to factor into the equation, and we will cover these in detail in this article. Homeowners in Canada, and potential homeowners are faced with many important questions when it comes to mortgages. We are living through interesting times with respect to interest rates. The Fed is expected to raise rates further before the end of 2017, the Bank of England is clearly on a similar trajectory, and in time the European Central Bank will move away from quantitative easing towards quantitative tightening. What does this mean for mortgage holders around the world?   The Canadian Economic Scene   In Canada, the current bank rate is 1%. The BOC (Bank of Canada) decided to maintain the overnight rates when it met on Wednesday, 21 October 2017. The Bank of Canada forecasts that inflation will hit 2% by Q2 2018, later than economists projected. In 2017, real GDP grew […]

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Unhealthy Food Choices Are Silent Budget Killers : The Grocery Game Challenge 2017 #2 Nov 6-12

HEALTHY FOOD CHOICES ARE JUST THAT, CHOICES YOU MAKE   Do you have an unhealthy food list? Discretionary foods also known as empty calories or junk food are those you ponder buying because you know they aren’t the best for your health and budget. The reason they are silent killers is because 9 times out of 10 they are cheaper to buy however it’s not really as inexpensive as you really think. Convenient yes, frugal not so much. Unhealthy food is not only saturated in the fast-food  and restaurant market but highly advertised at the grocery store. The only way to get around it is to avoid it. You almost need to pretend it doesn’t exist. Many shoppers are opting for click and collect, food delivery and online grocery shopping simply to avoid the temptation of buying foods they don’t need or aren’t necessarily healthy for them. Keep in mind what is healthy to one person is not to another but for simplicity we’ll stick to junk food and pre-made meals. What’s your motivation?- Ask yourself that and answer it. Smart shopping, saves money and they buy only what they need without extra motivations. The only down-fall is you miss […]

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