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Mother and daughter reading book
Mother and daughter reading book
Sep 13, 2018
When it comes to helping children financially, there’s no definitive approach. What’s right for your family will depend on your principles and beliefs and your child’s personality. Here are some suggestions on how you can support your children and help them learn valuable life skills about money as...
Mother and father playing with child
Mother and father playing with child
Aug 15, 2018
When your goals or life situation changes, your portfolio may need to change too. Here are three illustrations of how we might adjust your portfolio as your life changes.
African American grandmother reading with grandson
African American grandmother reading with grandson
Aug 13, 2018
If you have set up and contributed to an RESP for one or more of your children or grandchildren, you’ve done some valuable planning for their future education. But your planning could unravel if you do not also address what is to happen with the RESP when you die.
Financial advisor reviewing financial plan with elderly couple
Financial advisor reviewing financial plan with elderly couple
Jun 28, 2018
Life is full of surprises that can put your goals at risk. Here are some examples — and some key takeaways for all investors.
Grandparent teaching grandchild important money management skills
Grandparent teaching grandchild important money management skills
Nov 20, 2017
Your child might be at least 18 and old enough to open a Tax-Free Savings Account (TFSA), but may not have the resources to make a contribution. Here’s an idea that gets your child started in investing and in learning about investing.
Parent and child playing fun activities together
Parent and child playing fun activities together
Nov 14, 2017
For the 2016/2017 academic year, the average undergrad tuition in Canada was $6,373. But undergrads in dentistry paid $21,012; in medicine, $13,858; and in law, $11,385. The bottom line is that you may want to increase your savings target. Here are four strategies to help.