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How to Retire Relevant Step 4: Insurance

How to Retire Relevant Step 4: Insurance

Wednesday, September 25, 2019 How to Retire Relevant Step 4: Insurance I will fully admit that insurance is not the most interesting part of financial planning. Most people cringe when they see the premium come out of their account every month. Despite this, it may be...
The Cost of Cancer

The Cost of Cancer

Wednesday, April 18, 2018 The Cost of Cancer We as Canadians take for granted that our healthcare is subsidized. I know I do. As a regular user of our health care system, I have seen how not having to pay out of pocket for care is a tremendous help. I do not know what...
Benefits are Essential in Your Job Hunt

Benefits are Essential in Your Job Hunt

Thursday, January 25, 2018 Benefits are Essential in Your Job Hunt I spoke to it briefly on Monday, but employee benefits are an essential part of any job search. As we all get older, having health coverage becomes more and more important. Furthermore, those of us who...
So, You Want to be an Entrepreneur? Can you Balance a Chequebook?

So, You Want to be an Entrepreneur? Can you Balance a Chequebook?

Thursday, November 30, 2017 So, You Want to be an Entrepreneur? Can you Balance a Chequebook? en·tre·pre·neur noun A person who organizes and operates a business or businesses, taking on greater than normal financial risks in order to do so. Synonyms:...
Make it Your Goal to Protect Your Money

Make it Your Goal to Protect Your Money

Thursday, October 26, 2017 Make it Your Goal to Protect Your Money When it comes to Goal Setting and money, protection often falls near the bottom of the list. We all like the sexy things like growth portfolios, tax efficiency and real estate investing. What if I told...

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