Spousal Registered Retirement Savings Plans are an important tax-planning tool. An RRSP is designated as spousal when one spouse contributes to a plan in the other spouse’s name. Spousal RRSPs will appeal to couples where one spouse earns a higher income than the other spouse, and is therefore in a higher tax rate bracket. By
Active retirement – the early years
You’re physically active. You’re socially active. You’re still active in business or with volunteering. Make sure your financial picture continues to support your rewarding retirement choices and lifestyle for years to come.
Have you thought about how you’d like to be remembered? We can help you leave a legacy for what matters most to you, while helping you retire with confidence knowing your needs are covered. This 3-minute video offers insight into four possible legacies, and how you can achieve the results you want. Enjoy an active,
These days, everyone has a story about caring for an elderly family member. From waiting with Dad at the doctor’s office, to staying overnight to administer Mom’s medication, to visiting your spouse at the long-term care home, the spectrum of care is broad. Elder care is posing mounting pressure on family caregivers, who are contributing
Did you know that it’s Alzheimer awareness month in Canada? Not many of us want to think about it, much less talk about it, but the reality is that if we live long enough, there’s a good chance we’ll eventually need long term care. What is long term care? It’s the help you need when