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Is Lifelong Learning part of your Plan?

POSTED BY Robin Taub, CPA, CA

Many Canadians, at some point in their lives, decide to go back to school. If you have already been saving in a registered retirement savings plan (RRSP), you can use these funds to help pay for your education through the Lifelong Learning Plan (LLP). MORE


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Financial goals for your 20s, 30s, 40s and 50s

POSTED BY Rob Carrick

Even if you’re going to be retiring later in life, we need to maintain some standards about which financial goals you should reach at various ages. So let’s do a quick survey. MORE


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What is a robo-advisor and is it right for you?

POSTED BY Jonathan Chevreau

As is often the case, an investing trend that began in the United States has in recent months started to migrate to Canada. It’s known by the unfortunate phrase “robo-advisor,” although a better term – at least in this country – might be “light advice.” MORE


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Avoid those money fights: financial tips for newlyweds

POSTED BY Lesley Scorgie

Let’s talk about how you and your partner plan to stay together. Sure, love, commitment and respect will bind you to each other, but you can’t overlook your finances. Monetary challenges are sited more often than any other issue in divorce and separation proceedings. MORE


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Why every young adult needs a financial bucket list

POSTED BY Emily Ngai

Much like a traditional bucket list, it’s a list of money goals you want to conquer. It’s an excellent tool to help you put your financial goals in perspective and keep you accountable – perfect to have in place when you’re getting started in your career. MORE


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