2015. A fresh start. Maybe time for a change. Are you making any financial changes in your life this year? After speaking with friends and family over the
We are a week away from Christmas Eve!! This year sure has flown by. Thank you to our clients and readers for making it a great one!
Keep an eye out in the new
Too many times we find ourselves getting caught up in the Christmas spirit of shopping, shopping, and more shopping. Finding the gifts becomes our ultimate goal
Many companies and industry experts today believe they know all the major risks of financial planning: longevity, inflation, withdrawal rates, asset allocation
Advocis (The Financial Advisors Association of Canada) has teamed up with the Junior Achievement Program to educate students on Financial Literacy. This month
I am thinking of buying a house. What can I do to secure a good mortgage rate?
While we are not mortgage specialists, we can offer a few ideas on how to
As we move into week 2 of Financial Literacy Month, we answer these popular questions...
How many credit cards should I have?
In our opinion – two. The first
It’s financial literacy month! We’ll be taking questions and answering them each week during November. If you have any questions, email them to us at robmce
I love podcasts. They turn any commute into a learning opportunity and when I get stuck in traffic, I don’t get upset because I am being entertained.
When you park downtown, you put money in the meter, right? Why do you do that? If you pay a little, you’ll avoid a possible big fine.
When you buy a shiny new
Halloween, Thanksgiving, Christmas – lots of holidays are coming up. While they are great for connecting with family, they may not be great for your wallet
After running some numbers, your mortgage broker explains that your monthly mortgage payment will be $598 bi-weekly. “I can afford that!” you think to yourself