One of the things that came out of the pandemic was a drastic shift in employment from hybrid office arrangements to the concept of quiet quitting. Tag in the rise in the cost of everyday items and inflation putting pressure […]
March Financial Measures
I can’t believe the ides of March are approaching. Sure enough, spring is coming fast. Especially this year it seems. We are always busy at this time of the year with the beginning of a new year, RRSP season and […]
One of the things that we share with clients and prospects is that there are many type of investors out there as well as many more investment products. Every client situation is different and the product solution is unique. That […]
Too Young for Life Insurance?
Many young adults believe in financial life planning. However, life insurance is rarely considered when it comes to creating a plan. When you talk about financial life planning, what comes to mind for many young people is having a strong […]
New Years brings New Tax Changes
One thing you can be sure of is that the government will continue to make changes to tax that we need to keep on top on. They aren’t necessarily the best at keeping Canadians informed or rather some Canadians ignore […]
Make Mental Health Matter in 2023
The beginning of a new year provides an opportunity for new beginnings. However, I’m not focusing on resolutions here. I am getting at something that has everyone has suffered especially over the last few years. As we try to move […]
The days are drawing in and Christmas is just around the corner. The shops are getting busier and, if you’re organized, perhaps you have even finished your Christmas shopping. For some though, Christmas is the season where they buy this […]
A Perfect Storm for Mortgages
A perfect storm is starting to brew as homeowners with variable rate mortgages as they are having to increase their mortgage payments to cover the increasing interest rates. To top it off, it may be in a market with decreasing […]
Loose your Wallet?
This seems to be getting more and more prominent. Consider this. You’re rushing out the door and you pat that familiar spot to confirm you’ve got your wallet, only to find nothing. I don’t know about you, but after searching […]
With the perfect storm of very volatile markets, inflation, increasing interest rates and super high housing and rental costs, many young people are left in the dust. Have we been therefore? Sure, we have, but not so much in respect […]