While you don’t need an expert to tell you that it is important to save and reduce debt to prepare for retirement years, it appears that Canadians have all but ignored these basic [...]
Canada has one of the best standards of living in the world and managed to survive the last global financial meltdown relatively well compared to other developed countries, such as[...]
The majority of Canadians have not accumulated enough savings to sustain them after their retirement, according to a survey by the Conference Board of Canada. The study, designed t[...]
November is Financial Literacy Month in Canada – a significant time of the year when the focus is on spreading awareness among Canadians about various financial matters, whic[...]
As wealth creation in the world’s second largest economy continues to take hold, the population of affluent Chinese citizens is on the rise. But how much of that wealth will remain[...]
So called “Grey Divorce” isn’t that rare anymore. In 2013, approx. 60,000 couples divorced in Canada. One quarter of those divorces were in their 50’s and 60’s. Grey divorce can me[...]
Everyone wants to honour their mothers, mother figures, grandmothers and even great-grandmothers. They tended to, cooked for, doted on and guided us—and each year on Mother’s Day w[...]
The old song says, “Love is lovelier the second time around,” and that may be true. The life lessons that help make a second marriage successful, however, may also cause challenges[...]
Economic downturn, changes in social behavior, and a society that enjoys living longer have contributed to conflicting demands on the ‘sandwich generation’. The group has earned th[...]
A new report from Statistics Canada shows Canadian family net worth is increasing. It’s good news in light of highly-publicized facts about the growth of household debt and recessi[...]