J Dobbelsteyn

Changes to Registered Disability Savings Plans

Canadians with RDSPs will have greater flexibility to make plan withdrawals and plan holder eligibility list temporarily expanded

Educating kids about finances

Age-appropriate money-management skills that are best learned from you

How to set aside money for learning in your retirement

Retirees go back to school to develop new skills, reawaken a life-long dream, explore new interests or to learn just for the pure joy of it

You can get accident insurance for the students in your life

24-hour coverage for medical, dental, disability and accidental dismemberment/death for students participating in any school activities

Your retirement years met your kids’ college years

You could be opening the door to your retirement years while helping your offspring pay for their post-secondary education

Ten things you need to know about disability insurance

Disability strikes working people far more often than we care to think about.

All about Canada’s Old Age Security Pension

OAS is one of the resources on which to build your retirement income

Getting through post-secondary with less debt

Students face many challenges but two stand out — achieving that precious diploma or degree and doing it without a crushing debt load

Wedding dreams must meet fiscal responsibillity

Love may be in the air but sooner or later someone has to pay the bills

Life insurance is too complex to buy online

Getting it right demands a face-to-face discussion with a professional adviser with the knowledge and time to understand your specific needs

Paying for your child or grandchild’s school the smart way

You now have some decisions to make about the Registered Education Savings Plan (RESP) you've so faithfully contributed to through the years

Financial planning for after your wedding day

Money is always one of the most challenging aspects of a relationship, especially if you're about to become part of a blended family

Important insurance options in case of death, disability or illness

If an accident or illness, a disability or even death claimed one of the unique and irreplaceable people in your life, what would you do?

Saving for the fun things in life

There are things you need to pay for, like your home and car, and there are things you may want to pay for like a cottage or boat...

Dealing with debt

Debt consolidation could be the best way to manage your money, your time and your debt

Unlocking the equity in your home, three popular strategies

You may be at a point in your life where you're looking to unlock the equity you've built in your home over the years...

What to consider when applying for a mortgage

What's best — a fixed rate or a variable mortgage? There is no single right answer to this question...

How to take the bite out of your taxes with tax credits

With the right strategies it might be possible to reduce your tax bite to a tax nibble. Take advantage of every tax credit available to you

Cycling your way to a lifetime of financial fitness

Taking a life cycle approach to investing is also one of the best ways to help stay financially fit

Helpful tips on what to do with your tax refund

What are you going to do with your tax refund? You could spend it but then, it would just be ... gone. Here's some handy tips.