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RRSPs, TFSAs and Overall Investing

tfsa

As we approach the crazy RRSP rush deadline for another year I can’t help but wonder why so many investors …

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What to Include in Your Estate Planning Checklist

checklist

As we age, so grows the importance and urgency of having an estate planning checklist every passing year. None of …

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Why a Valid and Current Will is Essential

Will

We live in a complicated and litigious world, so it’s essential to have a will and to keep it current. …

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Make 2017 the Year You Start Your Financial Fitness Program

financial fitness

As you start into this New Year thinking of the things that you might want to change to better your …

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Tips to Make Your Retirement Funds Last

retirement

As ever larger numbers of the boomer generation start to retire, fixed income options, once the staple of retirement cash-flow …

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Tax Deadlines to be Aware of in 2017

tax deadlines

January heralds the start of the annual panic of gathering up all those documents that we need for the income …

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What can we expect in 2017?

2017

As we start into 2017, here are some comments on what investors should consider in the coming year. Investors may …

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Make Charitable Gifting One of Your 2017 Resolutions

charitable gifting

Here’s a good New Year’s Resolution, why not consider charitable gifting to help those less fortunate, both here at home …

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Teaching Your Kids about Money

kids

Almost on a weekly basis young couples stop by my office asking about life insurance or investing. When we get …

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Important Budget Tips for Retirement

budget

When developing a retirement budget, anticipating every expense one might face can be difficult, as it’s easy to underestimate how …

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Good & Bad Reasons for Leveraging Home Equity

home equity

For many of us, our home is our most valuable asset. So it’s no wonder some might consider that any …

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Dealing With The Retirement Conundrum!

Fall Walk

Often the hardest decisions people face when it come to saving for retirement is deciding what they want to do …

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What is Financial Planning?

financial planning

The financial planning process is built around five key planning areas depending on the stage of life a person has …

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Is there part of your estate you want to keep private?

estate

It can be difficult to find estate planning solutions that are suitable for the complexities of blended families. Consider a …

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Are You Really Financially Prepared for Retirement?

retirement

  Several recent surveys by banks and other financial entities have revealed that almost three-quarters of Canadian farm families and …

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The Importance of Regular Insurance Review

insurance review

  Of the less that half of Canadian families that have life insurance, very few do an insurance review on …

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Avoiding the Pitfalls of Blended Families Finances

blended family

Blended families represent 12% of families with children in Canada. Many of these face financial and estate planning challenges, which …

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Are We Reinventing Retirement?

retirement

  As the tidal wave of baby boomers enter their retirement years across Canada, there are two major forces reshaping …

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Having “the talk” with your adult children

children

Fidelity Investments recently interviewed a significant number of families who had a parent over age 55 and an adult child …

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Learn From the Habits of Wealthy People

wealthy

It’s all too easy to get sucked into thinking that we can shortcut the road to wealth, by way of …

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