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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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November 2016


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You've read the articles. Inability to save is like death by a thousand cuts. Cut out the small spends like expensive coffee is a step towards financial security.

Yes, I...

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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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When Harry met Sally it seemed like their differences complemented one another.  He loved it that she was responsible and “good with money.” Even though he made a decent salary, Harry seemed to live from paycheque-to-paycheque and never knew where his money went.

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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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November 2015


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Many Canadian seniors will be surprised when their RRIF payments decline by as much as 28% in 2016.  Seniors age 82-and-under will see a decrease of at least 20%*

Seniors...

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July 2015


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Increased benefits begin at the end of this month.  The UCCB was increased to $160 per month for each child under the age of six.

The UCCB was expanded to children aged 6 through 17. Parents will receive a benefit of up to $60 per month for each child in their care aged 6 through 17.

Make sure that you are receiving all that you are eligible for by reading the following Q&A.

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May 2015


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A new client recently said, “My relationship with money is changing.  I didn’t think it would happen so quickly”.

We all have a relationship with money.  It guides our decisions and as a result can define how we experience life.  Do you see yourself in these four money personality categories?

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April 2015


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We are often asked whether it makes more sense to apply extra cash flow to a mortgage or to retirement savings. This question is coming up more often these days given the low borrowing rates and recent great returns in the stock market. 

 

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November 2014


I am one of those people that believes that once our basic needs are met (food and shelter), happiness is derived more naturally from things that don’t necessarily have a...

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