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Plague and Planning: 4 Financial Planning Implications of the COVID-19 Pandemic
Plague and Planning: 4 Financial Planning Implications of the COVID-19 Pandemic
COVID-19 has highlighted the importance of three financial defences: Emergency Funds, Budgeting, and Estate Planning
Ontario's Economic and Fiscal Outlook 2020
Ontario's Economic and Fiscal Outlook 2020
The Ontario fiscal plan devotes significant resources to dealing with the virus with both short and long-term financial outlooks on significant areas of government spending, including a $3.3 billion increase in funding to various healthcare projects.
Highlights from the 2019-20 Federal Budget
Highlights from the 2019-20 Federal Budget
Businesses and individuals should be aware of major budgetary items, as some changes could have a significant impact moving forward.
Segregated Funds - The Basics
Segregated Funds - The Basics
While segregated funds are often compared to mutual funds, they have their own set of unique benefits.
Remodeling your home
Remodeling your home
It's time to renovate your home or cottage! Whether you have hired someone to renovate or you're doing it yourself, there are some things you need to be aware.
Here are the highlights from Canada's 2018 Federal Budget
Here are the highlights from Canada's 2018 Federal Budget
Overall, the budget aims to narrow the deficit to $18.1 billion; however, there is no target date for a return to balance.
Six ways to get the most from your RRSP
Six ways to get the most from your RRSP
Contributing to an RRSP is one of the most effective ways for Canadians to save for retirement. If an RRSP is part of your investment plan, here are some valuable suggestions you can take advantage of.
How the 2017 Federal Budget Could Impact Employee Benefits
How the 2017 Federal Budget Could Impact Employee Benefits
The full budget details how the government will spend $330 billion ($1 billion of new spending) on programs, services and paying down Canada's debt.