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Every year, when the leaves start to fall and winter approaches, thousands of Canadians head south for warmer weather. In fact, it is estimated that at more than a million Canadians over the age of 55 years head to the U.S. every winter for at least 30 days, with many staying up to six months.
When it comes to ensuring your money and your estate are being managed with the very best strategies, the best professional advisory service you can depend on is that of a trusted wealth management advisor. Also known as a wealth manager, this financial advisor uses experience in investments, estate planning, tax series, and retirement planning, accounting and legal issues to help clients manage their accumulated wealth.
Many people, when planning for the management of their assets after they pass on, forget to take a look and prepare their digital assets. What are digital assets? A digital asset is anything that exists online. There are generally two types of digital assets.
It can happen in the blink of an eye – your carefree day can change in a moment, causing sudden death, whether by illness or accident, leaving your family shocked, heart broken, and left with the confusion of dealing with your assets and the state of your financial affairs.
The American Cancer Society recently updated their guidelines for improved lifestyle choices to help decrease cancer risks. It is not surprising to see that many of the new guidelines involve new research findings, including more information about better nutrition, physical activity and lifestyle choices.
As the beginning of school arrived and fall is around the corner, the attached article is a good reminder of the benefit of RESPs for your children. A grant from the government of 20% on whatever amount contributed up to $2,500 per year, makes savings for your child’s education a bit easier.