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Category Archive for: ‘Estate Planning’

What to Include in Your Estate Planning 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


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


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

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Avoiding the Pitfalls of Blended Families Finances

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

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Having “the talk” with your adult 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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Challenges for Executors Today


Every day over a thousand Canadians turn 65. 70% don’t have current or valid wills, and 45% have not given …

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Keeping the Cottage in the Family


Owning a cottage provides a getaway, a place where friends and family can gather far from the hustle and bustle …

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Have Life Changes Impacted Your Estate Plan?

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I can’t stress the important of reviewing your estate plan on a regular basis, especially after any changes to your …

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Estate Planning With The Impact of Increasing Land Values

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The latest Farm Credit farm land values report shows that Alberta had the 2nd largest increase of any province in …

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Watch For These Estate Planning Tax Issues

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  Many of us ditch our tax records after seven years not understanding this could cause tax issues in the …

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Are You Planning on Leaving an Estate? Part 2

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Continuing from last week, here are some more points to consider to avoid stress and conflict when planning to leave …

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Are You Planning on Leaving an Estate? Part 1

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Leaving an inheritance to one’s heirs can make a significant difference to their financial well-being. But when money is involved, …

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The Minefield of Executor Liability

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Most people usually only act as an executor of an estate once in a lifetime. This means that there are …

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What value is financial advice?


It all starts with a consultation: Financial advice can assist you, whether your goal is to reduce debt, buy a …

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Do you have a power of attorney


Power of attorney (POA) gives someone else the authority to make important financial decisions on your behalf. Here’s why you …

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Case Study – Estate Conservation

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This was an interesting client case for estate conservation and estate growth that I started working on 15 years ago …

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Charitable Gifting Opportunities


Government funding to the more than 75,000 registered charities in Canada continues to be dramatically reduced. This leaves many charities …

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Your Will: Legacy or Disaster

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I have commented before on the folly of having wills that are out of date, or worse yet, having no …

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Willing Wisdom

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Willing Wisdom – 7 Questions to Ask Before You Die by Thomas William Deans speaks on how you leave your …

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Dependents and Estate Planning

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Considering adult dependents and estate planning together is not always a common occurrence in estate planning, but this case study …

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