Taking Charge: Women Inherit Expanding Financial Role

2 November, 2017

Filed Under: Wealth Management

A new infographic from IPC Private Wealth shows that in less than 10 years, women will control almost half of the accumulated financial wealth in Canada. It makes sense. Women are more active in the workforce either as higher level executives... Read More

Congrats to our Scholarship Recipients

26 October, 2017

Congratulations to our 2017 Foresters’ scholarship recipients

Congratulations to our 2017 Foresters’ scholarship recipients. Through their charitable efforts and willingness to share time with others, Katelyn, Trevor and Tyler (pictured right) were rewarded with $2,000 each towards their post-secondary... Read More

Independent Living Insurance

19 October, 2017

Filed Under: Financial Planning

If the insured becomes unable to perform 2 of the following 6 activities of daily living without the help of another person: bathing, dressing, toileting, transferring, continence, eating... Read More

Transforming Older Houses for a Newer Way of Living

12 October, 2017

With summer activities winding down, it’s a good time to think about internal home renovations. Summer weather is great for exterior jobs like roofing, deck work and landscaping. Now the attention can turn to the interior to increase... Read More

10 Ways to Grow Your RRSP

5 October, 2017

Filed Under: Retirement Planning

Canadians are increasingly relying on their own resources to fund their retirements. Here are ten strategies to make your RRSP grow and increase your retirement capital... Read More

Is Joint Insurance Coverage Right for You and Your Spouse?

28 September, 2017

Filed Under: Financial Planning

You and your spouse may share a bank account, a home, or a business. How about an insurance policy? There are good reasons to consider joint insurance coverage – commonly known as ‘joint last-to-die’, a single contract based on the lives of two... Read More

RRSP & TFSA – Saving for the future involves using both

21 September, 2017

Often, saving for the future involves using both RRSPs and TFSAs... Read More

5 steps to developing a retirement plan in your twenties

14 September, 2017

Filed Under: Retirement Planning

Planning for retirement in your twenties may seem daunting, especially if you’ve just started working and still have student debt to pay off. You might be thinking, “If I still have over 40 years until retirement, why do I need to start now?”... Read More

Expert Estate Planning: Leaving a Lasting Legacy

7 September, 2017

Filed Under: Estate Planning

Estate planning is the process of organizing your assets accumulated during your lifetime and planning for the tax-effective transfer of these assets upon your death... Read More

Why do I need life insurance?

31 August, 2017

Filed Under: Financial Planning

You may not want to think about what would happen if you were to die tomorrow but if someone relies on you financially, you probably need life insurance. The reason is simple – life insurance can help ease the financial burden caused by a critical... Read More