Finance Tips for the Young Parent

In January we talked about Finance Tips for the Millennial. In this week's post, we dive into the next financial life stage. There are 5 general financial life stages, that occur in the following order: Early Earning Years (20-30), Family Commitment Years (30-45), Peak Earning Years (40-55), Pre-Retirement Years (55-65), and Retirement (65+).  Note: There are always exceptions to the rule. Around... Continue Reading →

Finance Tips for the Millennial

With the new year now just underway, we have decided to start a new segment on our blog. Each post will focus on a specific age group. As we age and journey through life we also go through very different financial stages. There are five general financial life stages: Early Earning Years (20-30), Family Commitment... Continue Reading →

5-Step Guide to a Stress Free Retirement

With 2019 only a few short weeks away, many will be looking forward to putting in their retirement notice. Retirement should be a stress-free time. A time where we enjoy friends, family, hobbies, or other great things life has to offer. However, not everyone's retirement is like that. To start your retirement on the right... Continue Reading →

Is Your Investment Portfolio Underperforming?

In life, a lot of value is given to performance. In sports, good performance merits more playing time. On the job, good performance can be rewarded with promotions, raises, and formal and informal leadership. How well someone or something performs can be very important. No matter the scenario, there are many different ways of measuring... Continue Reading →

4 Reasons to Max Out Your TFSA

With the recent updates that have come to the Tax-Free Savings Account for 2019, we thought it would be beneficial to discuss TFSA's in more detail. Before we get into recent events and benefits surrounding TFSA it would be worthwhile to look at the history of TFSA's. Tax Free-Savings accounts started in 2009, and originally had... Continue Reading →

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