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You should reasonably expect to enjoy a much longer life, so begin planning for all those extra years of retirement right away
Tax credit tips for everyone including children, students and grandparents
Estate planning is important to ensure our family is protected and to limit the taxes levied against our estate
Comox Valley Record financial columnist offers helpful advice and the right questions to ask yourself when planning for retirement
Tax refunds great when they come back, but not for long-term financial health, says Comox Valley Record columnist
A 'set it and forget it' investment strategy won't work for you because the only thing constant in life is change
Gas prices, electrical costs and heating bills are all up. UPsets like this can cripple your cash flow, so how do you save to prepare
Another retirement savings option for Comox Valley residents is a pre-authorized contribution program
These changes, and your personal circumstances, could mean that you should rethink when to begin receiving your CPP pension
A TFSA is a worthwhile investment option for almost every income because it works so well for both short- and long-term financial goals
The benefits and drawbacks of having a line of credt
What does it take to make your retirement dreams come true?
Helpful tips to avoid wracking up debt this holiday season, and plan for the next one
Maybe you’ve already had The Talk with your kids. Well, now’s the time to have The Talk with your parents.
For Canadians with foreign mutual fund investments, a rising loonie can have negative consequences — unless you stay the course.
A Registered Disability Savings Plan can be a very good way to accumulate tax-deferred savings for a disabled person.
As an incorporated small business owner, is paying yourself via a salary or dividends — or a combination of the two — more tax-efficient?
One of the most important components of effective succession planning is reducing the tax burden on your successor(s).
Your philanthropic gift is always important, no matter the amount of your assets or the size of your income — but to make the best use of your contributions, to preserve your legacy, and to minimize taxes and/or estate fees, a sound charitable giving plan is the way to go. Let’s look at your options.
Canadians agree that financial planning pays off by delivering real value. In two recent studies — The Value of Financial Planning and The Value of Advice: Report — a majority of Canadians agreed that by choosing financial advice, they accumulated more assets and were better prepared, financially, for retirement.