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Saving for Your Kids’ Education – It’s Not Too Early. It’s Never Too Late

It’s no secret that the cost of sending your kids to college or university is rising – and has been for quite some time. Undergraduate students in Canada paid an average of $6,000 in tuition alone says Top Universities. you can eventually end up with $7,200 in grant contributions from the government. Registered Education Savings Plan (RESP) Canada Education Savings Grant (CESG).

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5 Steps to Get Your Finances in Order for 2020

You pay your rent, go out to eat several times a month, and have an RRSP. Everything is fine, right? Well, it may be, but your money can likely do even more for you. Here are 5 steps to get your finances organized for 2020 — your future self will be grateful.

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Shoot to score

A goals-based approach targets financial planning to meet objectives throughout life.

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4 Surefire Ways to Ruin Your Retirement

No one wants to work forever so it is crucial to educate yourself and plan well for your retirement. Be aware of these mistakes in order to avoid ruining retirement before you can enjoy it.

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Registered savings plans and your estate

Benjamin Franklin said there were only two things certain in life: death and taxes. While you can't avoid death. Having a strategy for your RRSP & RRIF withdrawals to help reduce the final tax bill on your estate is just smart financial planning. So be sure to discuss with an advisor to determine if there is a strategy that makes sense for you.

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Bank of Mom and Dad

While everyone else is going back to school, your recent graduate might be heading back to your house. It's not uncommon these days.

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