Finance Tips for Your Mid-Life Crisis

In this weeks blog post, we continue with our finance tips series. In previous weeks, we have already covered the millennial's, and the young parents. This week we move to the next step in the earnings life-cycle: Peak Earning Years. This stage in life usually comes between the ages of 40-55. At this age people... Continue Reading →

Farm Financial Planner: Selling to Get Out From Under Debt

This article was originally published in Grainews. Grainews is an agricultural based publication written for farmers, and often by farmers, in a style they understand. Don and Erik work closely with author Andrew Allentuck, providing the background financial plans and theoretical analysis for Andrew's Farm Financial Planner column. The Farm Financial Planner column has recently... 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 →

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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