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27 Sep 2020

Follow These Five Steps To Escape Your Debt

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Eliminating your debt pays off in ways you may have never considered. Firstly, there are obvious reasons to crush your debt. Carrying high debt lowers your credit score. This makes it harder to buy big-ticket items such as houses or cars. High-interest rates mean that everything you purchase costs more than you think. That deal you got on a cool new sweater doesn’t sound as good when you add in 19% credit card interest. Plus, the more money you owe, the less you have in your pocket.

31 Aug 2020

Creating a Budget Builds Wealth And Lets You Have Fun

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You know that creating a family budget would help you save money, but it’s overwhelming to start the process. How much should you spend on groceries? What’s the right figure for a monthly mortgage? Does living on a budget mean you can never buy a fancy latte again?

16 Jul 2020

5 Key Exit Goals When Retiring From Your Business

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Business valuation haggles, tax complexities, family disagreements, funding challenges, and legal wrangling are the inevitable right of passage when retiring from your business.

11 Jun 2020

Will My Business Survive The Next Wave Of Covid-19?

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Your business will overcome the waves and spikes of Covid-19, with a business continuity plan. The ultimate goal of the plan is to save your business and preserve the wealth you have built over these years.

19 May 2020

My Business Got Slammed By COVID-19: How Do I Manage With Less Money?

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Most small businesses we know have made zero to minimal revenues since the lockdown started on March 15. But that has not stopped our obligations to pay rent, wages, utilities, and amounts owing to suppliers. Fortunately, the government is rolling out its plan to gradually reopen the economy. I emphasize gradual because the experts anticipate a vaccine in 18 to 24 months. So normal as we know it, and by extension, the revenue we have grown accustomed to, will likely not return until then. Which leads us to today’s question: How do I manage with less money?

07 Dec 2019

8 Ways To Prep Your Business For A High-Value Sale

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Selling a business can be overwhelming. Whether you’re ready to sell soon or trying to grow your business for sale in the future, it can be challenging if there’s a gap between the actual value and what you believe your business is worth.

22 Nov 2019

The First Time Home Buyers Incentive Could Be Your Ticket To Homeownership

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In a June 2019 news release from the Canadian Mortgage and Housing Corporation (CMHC), details emerged regarding the first time home buyer incentive (FHBI) including the expected launch date. According to the news release, September 2nd was the kick-off date for the first-time homebuyer incentive with the first closing on November 1, 2019.

13 Nov 2019

This Financial Literacy Month, Discover Why A Good Financial Advisor Is A Must Have

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November is Financial Literacy Month – a time to really take charge of your money.

30 Sep 2019

Five Things You Should Know Before Opening A Tax Free Savings Account

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One of the most common questions I get from my clients is about Tax-Free Savings Accounts (TFSA). They are not sure what it is – is it a savings account? Is it an investment account? What is the point of it? Well, blame the government for the poorly named investment product. Let me clear up some misunderstandings about the TFSA, which can be a great vehicle for investing AND saving.

06 Sep 2019

Why An RESP Is A Smart Investment In Your Child's Future

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September signals back to school, and while everyone’s thoughts are on school supplies, new gear, and learning, one thing is often overlooked: investing in higher education.

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