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Good money habits start when you're young

Whatever your feelings on millennials, one thing’s for sure — they need financial advice to establish good money habits early on.

Boomers Are Ditching Retirement for Entrepreneurship

The public obsesses over tech whiz kids in hoodies. But a more dynamic entrepreneurial species is the silver fox.

Video: Compound Interest - The World's 8th Wonder

Albert Einstein considered it the "eight wonder of the world". Are you harnessing the power of compound interest?

The impact of rising interest rates

Bond prices have fallen and may continue to do so, but investors should not abandon them. What rising interest rates means for your investments.

Canadian pension solvency declines in second quarter

The median solvency ratio of Canadian defined benefit pension plans declined in the second quarter of 2017

Tax filing for parents

You’re a parent and it’s tax time. Congratulations, because there are significant tax advantages, particularly if you’re a new parent.

Are you transferring wealth to your kids?

For many of us, the ultimate goal of building wealth is to provide a better financial future and transfer wealth to your kids.

Canadian workforce grows older as baby boomers delay retirement

A rise in debt levels and more favourable employment opportunities may be driving boomers to delay retirement and stay in the Canadian workforce.

Why financial advisors will always be in demand

The financial advice industry - and financial advisors - are being challenged - and it's in everyone's best interest.

Interest rates 101: how they work and why they matter

In a recent survey, 60% of Canadians reported not understanding the impact of interest rates on their debt. Learn more about how interest rates affect your money.

High-income men more likely to be emotional investors

Men with a high-income are more likely to make investment decisions based on emotion or on a recommendation from a friend.

The 2017 Canadian Federal budget, and what it means to you

Prime Minister Trudeau announced the new 2017 Canadian Federal budget recently, and Canadians are talking about what it means to them.