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10 Steps To Achieving The Life You Want In 2017

10 Steps To Achieving The Life You Want In 2017

When we think of our lives, the years stretch out before us. It seems there will always be time. But considering everything we want to do in areas such as career, family, friends, health and fitness, travel and our recreational pursuits, those years suddenly shrivel down to

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How the Bank of Canada’s rate cut may have added $100,000 to your pension in one day

How the Bank of Canada’s rate cut may have added $100,000 to your pension in one day

Your Pension and Retirement Plan Sometimes looking back, we can see what the hot buttons and topics of interest to Canadians and their financial management.  I came across this article about our personal pensions, and noted it was one of the top personal financial stories of 2015 published

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Who is buying homes on Vancouver’s Angus Drive?

Who is buying homes on Vancouver’s Angus Drive?

A BCBusiness investigation into 40 transactions along one iconic Vancouver street—who’s buying, who’s paying cash, who’s tearing down and building anew—reveals a real estate market unhinged As far as overheated markets go, Vancouver’s is without equal in Canada. The average sale price for a detached house in the city proper

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Do you need mortgage life insurance?

Do you need mortgage life insurance?

Mortgage protection can be a good idea, if for instance you have a condition or illness that might make it difficult to get insurance otherwise. Q: I am a single, 70-year-old with a reasonable mortgage of $115,000. I have no family and no dependants. I find that

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Affluent and established? What’s the best life insurance?

Affluent and established? What’s the best life insurance?

Affluent and established life stage You are between age 35 and 55 and are married. Your career is either qualified as a professional or you are a business owner. Your wealth was earned or you may have inherited some of your wealth. You place a high value

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Growth in Charitable Giving in Canada

Growth in Charitable Giving in Canada

Charitable giving has become increasingly popular in Canada within the last decade. Many people are unsure of what a planned gift is and how it can fit into their financial plan. If there is a charity or foundation that has a special place in your heart and

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How much Life Insurance do I need?

LIMRA International recently published the results of their 1998 Survivor Study, which asked 401 widows and widowers for their opinions about a variety of issues pertaining to their life insurance claim, including whether or not their insured partner had adequate life insurance coverage. The results clearly show

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Compare mortgage life insurance – personal vs lending institutions’

Compare mortgage life insurance – personal vs lending institutions’

With most lending institutions’ mortgage life insurance, It’s about being covered Mortgage life insurance from lending institutions may leave you with fewer options if your health changes or you become uninsurable. Your options for renewing or re-mortgaging with a different lending institution may be restricted in order to

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Do you know where you spend your money?

“We actually find we spend less in retirement than we thought”, says Vivien, a 55­-year-­old  retired retail manager. “Since we watch our money more closely than ever before, we have stopped spending money on things we really don’t need anyway. This doesn’t mean we don’t enjoy ourselves,

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