Publication: Financial

  • Finance: To Move Or Not To Move?

    An overwhelming number of Canadians over the age of 65 want to stay in their family home. A survey, commissioned by Home Equity Bank and conducted by Iposos, revealed that 93 per cent wanted to stay in their current home throughout their retirement.

  • Finance: Retirement

    When it comes to saving for retirement, it’s recommended to save 10 per cent of your after-tax income from the day that you start working full time. If you do this, you should have enough money to retire at the age of 65.

  • Finance: Individual Pension Plans

    As a result of the February 2018 Federal Budget, which clarified the rules of how passive investment income will be treated in a corporation, business owners should be looking carefully at IPPs (Individual Pension Plans).

  • Finance: Lessons Learned

    Sears Canada permanently closed their doors as of January, 2018. Like Simpsons, Eaton’s and Simpson Sears before them, these iconic stores are all part of our history.

  • Outdated Rrsps: The Registered Retirement Savings Plan Was First Introduced In 1957

    The Registered Retirement Savings Plan (RRSP) was  first introduced in 1957. It’s a great way for your investments to grow, tax free, while you’re still working.

  • Finance: Aging Parents And Money

    Chances are, you’re the go-to person for everyone when it comes to fiscal advice, but it’s especially important to make yourself available to assist your parents with their financial options.

  • Finance: Make A Plan And Map Out Your Financial Goals

    There’s an old saying – if you fail to plan, you plan to fail. When it comes to your finances, this is particularly true.

  • Finance : Wedding Favours

    We’re well into the wedding season, and along with it comes some hefty expenses. Whether you’re getting married, are a parent of the bride or groom, are in the wedding party or are attending as a guest, the cost to take part can be exorbitant.

  • Finance - Women Need To Save More

    Gender gap prevalent when it comes to retirement. Women haven’t always made saving for retirement a priority.

  • Finance : Is Working In Retirement Worth It?

    The attitude of retirement is changing. According to a 2014 Bank of Montreal survey on work habits after retirement, 59 per cent of the respondents said that they would likely take a part time job after the age of 65. For some retirees, the part time job is an opportunity to work at a place…

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