How To Navigate The Mortgage Process During Covid-19
Over the last few months, we've seen our world transform at the hands of a global pandemic. We're living in very different times where meeting face-to-face isn't really an option.
Tax Tips For Seniors In A Covid-19 World
Proper tax planning, ideally, should be a year-round activity. And this year, especially, with everything so out of whack, it's never too late, or too early, to plan.
Get Ready For Canada's Digital Banking Boom
Digital banking is set to boom in Canada, with more than 25 per cent of Canadian adults expected to have an account by 2024.
What Do You Plan To Do With Your Money?
A small portion of Canadians are looking at the recession as a time of opportunity to invest when prices for many stock prices are low, with eight per cent looking to buy shares.
Postponing Retirement A New Reality?
Given the COVID-19-related slump in the market, older workers may need to spend extra years on the workforce.
The Real Returns Of Real Estate
All across Canada, and more importantly in a great city like Toronto, there is never a shortage of news, and opinions, about everything that has to do with real estate.
Live A More Productive Life With Smart Goals
Many people don't set goals. Make sure that your goals are Specific, Measurable, Attainable, Relevant and Timely (S.M.A.R.T.)
Dos And Don'ts – Financial Advice For The Holiday Season
The holidays are often a time for over-consuming and over-spending. We second guess ourselves and wonder whether we've purchased enough in terms of gifts, food and drink for all the get-togethers.
Ten Or Four, What's Your Retirement Number?
In the late 80s David Chilton published The Wealthy Barber: The Common Sense Guide to Successful Financial Planning.
The Age Of Retirement, Proposed Changes Don't Make Dollars And Sense
A new report, by the Canadian Institute of Actuaries (CIA), is calling on the government to raise the retirement age to 67.