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Teaching your teen the financial ropes

The current economic environment has caused many Canadians to reconsider their personal finances, resulting in lots of people having to drastically change their spending and savings habits. Out of this economic malaise may arise an opportunity to teach your teens the right financial habits, which they can carry into adulthood.

Starting a new family? – What to save for right now

The decision to move forward with your plans to start a family is a joyous one, but it can also lead to increased stress, especially if your financial house has not been “child-proofed”.

Term life or whole life insurance – which is right for you?

The decision to buy life insurance is one of the most important we can make in our financial lives. It requires careful consideration of our needs, concerns, and priorities.

Term life insurance or whole life insurance – Which is right for you?

The decision to buy life insurance is one of the most important we can make in our financial lives. It requires careful consideration of our needs, concerns, and priorities.

When a Disability Strikes

It happens when you least expect it - a fall from a ladder, a skiing accident, a serious illness- no one plans to become disabled. As a result, very few people have set up contingencies for covering themselves when their income stops. Some people are under the mistaken impression that other insurance plans cover long-term disabilities.

Saving Money Versus Paying Off Debt

Biggest Life Insurance Mistakes

For most people, buying life insurance is difficult enough, even when it’s done right. But when it is done with only one eye open, or haphazardly just to ‘get it over with’, mistakes are very common, and they can be very expensive.

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