Answers to Investing Questions You May Be Too Embarrassed to Ask

Source:  https://www.getsmarteraboutmoney.ca/invest/investing-basics/getting-started/answers-to-investing-questions-you-may-be-too-embarrassed-to-ask/ _________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________ Have you ever had questions about investing that you were too embarrassed to ask? Don’t be. Making informed investing decisions includes asking questions. Here are some basic questions and answers that can help provide you with some

Few Retirees Wait Until 70 to Collect Their Canada Pension Plan Cheques, but Maybe More Should

Source:  Mark Ting · for CBC News · Posted: Dec 06, 2020 7:00 AM PT | Last Updated: December 6, 2020 ________________________________________________________________________________________________________________ Many retirees have a difficult time deciding when to begin taking their Canada Pension Plan (CPP) payments. According to the National Institute on

My Personal Out of Country Checklist

When the worst happens in a foreign country, rational thinking becomes next to impossible.  While you are busy getting organized and packing, set aside some time to think about and document the answers to the following:     The emergency

Your Kids’ Future Depends on Your Decisions Today

Many people today, whether they have RESPs for their children or not, don’t completely understand what they are and how they work.  When I became a mother, one of the foremost things on my mind was saving for my child’s