Retirement Planning

Investing in Knowledge: Lifelong Learning Plan

Posted 21 Sep 2016 by Patricia Bell, PFP

An investment in knowledge pays the best interest… At least according to Ben Franklin. Whether you’re retired or...

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Education Savings

What if We Never Use Our RESP?

Posted 20 Sep 2016 by Rick Irwin, CFP, CLU

If your child doesn't immediately go on to post-secondary education after high school, don’t worry. You have lots...

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Education Savings

Taking Income from an RESP

Posted 19 Sep 2016 by Rick Irwin, CFP, CLU

Putting money away covers the bulk of the planning to be done for education savings, but the details...

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Education Savings

Education Savings Grant & Learning Bond

Posted 16 Sep 2016 by Rick Irwin, CFP, CLU

One of the primary benefits of opening an RESP is the government grants that are available through this...

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Education Savings

Why You Should Open an RESP for your Child

Posted 14 Sep 2016 by Rick Irwin, CFP, CLU

Just like you save for your retirement, your child (or grandchild’s) education should be a savings priority, if...

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Education Savings

The Necessity of Education Savings

Posted 07 Sep 2016 by Natalie LeBlanc

The price of a good education has skyrocketed over the past few decades, leaving recent graduates buried in...

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Taxation

2016 Income Tax Rates

Posted 08 Aug 2016 courtesy of Canada Revenue Agency

From 2015 there have been a few adjustments to the tax rates in place both federally and provincially....

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Insurance

Insurance for Your Child's Future

Posted 02 Sep 2016 by Melissa Allan

The idea of having a life insurance policy on your child or grandchild is one that makes many...

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Investments

Implications of Brexit Vote

Posted 30 Jun 2016 courtesy of Sandra Boyd, Great-West Life

In an historic and unprecedented move the people of Britain voted to leave the European Union sending shock...

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