Leaving a lasting legacy for your family can involve careful planning and a team of professionals. Here are five questions that can help get you started.
Q: My dad is in his 70s and has mentioned moving in with his new girlfriend. Should we be concerned about protecting his assets if the relationship gains common-law status?
Whether through luck or longevity, many Canadians nearing retirement are living in homes that may be worth double what they paid for them 10 or 20 years ago. Even with recent dips in the market, these paper millionaires may be asking themselves: Should I stay or should I go?
Many parents want to help their kids buy a first home. Is this a good idea, and if so, what’s the best way to do it?
There are lots of well-worn thoughts on retirement. Unfortunately, many of these ideas should have been retired a long time ago. Here are some up-to-date ideas on how you should approach retirement.
Too many Canadians are dying without a Will, leaving children, heirs and assets in limbo. Here’s why you should consider writing your own will today.
Financial scams and fraud come in many different forms. Sometimes they arrive in the form of a text message, email, or phone call, and often these forms for fraudulent communications are designed to look like they are coming from your bank.