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October 2017

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Low return assumptions = smart planning. Find out why.

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September 2017


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When I was born the doctor came out to the waiting room and said to my father "I'm very sorry. We did everything we could, but he pulled through. 

– Rodney Dangerfield

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August 2017


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The Ombudsman for Banking Services and Investments (OBSI) is responsible for managing conflicts and complaints between Canadian banks and their customers and banks.

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Is your magic number one million dollars, two million dollars, or five hundred thousand dollars?  It really depends on six primary factors. These six factors, depending on how they relate...

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May 2017


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Typically, severance packages do not include a continuation of disability insurance. This, despite the courts having made clear* that an employer is obligated to continue all benefits during the...

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April 2017


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Interest rates are still low. As a result, we are increasingly asked if it makes more sense to invest extra cash rather than pay down debt. The same...

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February 2017


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Bidding wars are a fact of life when waging the buying war for Toronto real estate.  Bully offers and condition-free offers seem to be one of the only tickets...

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June 2016


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Guest post by: Ian Mucignat CFA .  Ian is a professional mortgage broker with TMG The Mortgage Group who helps individuals get the best mortgage products at the best...

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February 2016


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In this guest blog post, Ian Mucignat, mortgage broker with TMG describes the risks of purchasing real estate without a financing condition.

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April 2015


You applied for an insurance policy (life, disability, critical illness or long term care) and your agent advised you that “there is good news and bad news”. 

 

The good news is you got approved for coverage.  The bad news is that the insurance company has rated the policy a substandard risk.  That means the premium is higher than standard rates and/or certain conditions or exclusions have been added to the policy. 

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