Investing With Purpose
I do not think that the advisor/client relationship should only be built on “dollars and cents.” Rather, it should be a partnership built on mutual trust. The stronger our partnership is, the more likely it is that my clients will achieve their long term financial goals. I am seeking more than just a typical advisor/client relationship with the families that I represent. I am seeking out long term partnerships with families committed to their long term financial success.
Canada Emergency Business Account: Government extends repayment and partial loan forgiveness deadlines
Prime Minister Trudeau extends CEBA loan repayment, providing essential relief for small businesses. Discover the details and implications today.
Dive into the details of Registered Education Savings Plans (RESPs)! This guide covers how RESPs work, eligibility criteria, benefits, and government grants such as the Canada Education Savings Grant. Learn how to open an RESP and safeguard your child’s educational future.
Being a single parent is a lot of responsibility. Learn how the right types of insurance can provide you and your family with the financial protection they need.
A buy-sell agreement is a legally binding document that sets out what must happen to a business if one or more of the owners is no longer involved. It is crucial for businesses as it protects both shareholders and the business itself in the event of a partner’s departure. A buy-sell agreement provides many benefits, including maintaining business continuity, minimizing disputes between remaining co-owners and the family of the departing owner, decreasing stress and uncertainty for all business owners, and protecting business assets and liquidity with a solid financial and tax plan.
Many of us dream of the day that we can retire and have the time to ourselves that we have dreamed of for so many years. But, to have a genuinely contented and relaxing retirement, you need to ensure that you have the means to afford it. So, now’s the best time to consider the three critical stages of retirement planning.
Are you looking to buy your first home in Canada? The First Home Savings Account (FHSA) could help make it happen. This savings plan allows first-time home buyers to save up to $40,000 tax-free, with contributions being tax-deductible. In this article and infographic, we cover everything you need to know about FHSA, including eligibility requirements, contributions and deductions, qualifying investments, withdrawals, and transfers.