In retirement, most Canadians will have 3 sources of income. The government, their group pension, and what they are able to save themselves. The problem is,
If you’ve ever thought of buying a home and making the biggest purchase of your life, you may get that feeling of being overwhelmed.
Take a breath.
Last week we shared what Scott loves to spend money on, hates to spend money on, and what’s he currently saving for. This week Rob gives his input from a more
As part of our onboarding process, we often ask clients what they love spending money on, what they hate spending money on and what they are currently saving
The recent death of pop icon Prince brings to the forefront the need to have all of your financial affairs in order. Obviously no one ever wants to think about
I love my friends.
I love hanging out and creating and sharing memories that will last for years.
What I’ve grown tired of is the thought that socialization
If you’ve ever read anything on personal finance or financial planning, you’ve probably heard of an emergency fund. Typically the first step in getting your
You may be a DIY’er (Do-It-Yourself-er) and find the thought of shopping from your couch in your pajamas to be a great experience. Amazon has made millions
Last week, I was chatting with a local business owner and the topic of insurance on children came up. I ended up telling her a story about how we used life
If you are like other Millennials in the Barrie area, one of your top goals is likely home ownership. The decision to buy versus rent has long been debated
First-time homebuyers are bombarded with paperwork, one of our millennial clients described the process of “jumping off the cliff into adulthood”. They needed