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Seven Personal Financial Tips for 2017

Happy New Year!  Here are a few thoughts I’ve put together to help you make your 2017 a great financial year: Hedge your currency bets.  Here’s a great way to make sure you don’t get a shock when you buy U.S dollars.  Say you need $5,000 U.S. for a vacation.  You can set up aRead More…

 

Financial Planning and custom ETF investment management & monitoring

After considerable and lengthy due diligence I am excited to announce that I have entered into a referral arrangement with Nest Wealth as a low cost option for my clients’ investment management needs.  As you may have seen, Nest Wealth has received considerable media and industry attention over the past few years as they haveRead More…

 

Grow your savings with a limited time 2.50% rate

Now’s the perfect time to grow your RRSP –TFSA savings with a special offer from Manulife Bank. Grow your savings Earn 2.50% interest until April 30, 2017 on every new dollar you deposit to a Manulife Bank Tax-Free Advantage Account (TFSA) or Registered Advantage Account (RRSP) by March 15, 2017.1 Save for your long orRead More…

 

Push your limits and save taxes with an RRSP loan

Get your finances in shape this RRSP season Contributing to your Registered Retirement Savings Plan (RRSP) not only helps you save for the future, it can help reduce the amount of income tax you pay.   Why not push your contribution limits with the help of a Manulife Bank RRSP Loan? Let’s talk about this easyRead More…

 

Guaranteed Interest Funds: Total security

A Guaranteed Interest Fund, offered by insurance companies, is a secure investment that grows your money at a guaranteed rate of interest for a fixed period. It is ideal for investors looking for capital security.  These funds are similar to guaranteed investment certificates (GICs) offered by banks but with the following unique characteristics: Advantages andRead More…

 

Private Wealth Management

For those with $200,000 to $1,000,000, we offer the option of working with a firm of licensed discretionary portfolio managers  who employ the investment management techniques of pension funds and institutions.  Some of the benefits to you include: An investment committee of senior professionals (CFA, CFP, and/or CIM) with an average of 25 years’ experienceRead More…

 

What does Trump’s election win mean for Canadian investors?

This morning, headlines are intently focused on Donald Trump’s win and many are wondering what impact, if any, the results may have on markets and investors. Regardless of the election result, history indicates that markets are resilient in the face of any one event. Markets are now adjusting to this surprise and it looks likeRead More…

 

Retire Happy, Wild, and Free: Sources of retirement income

I’ve recently read a book called HOW TO RETIRE HAPPY, WILD, AND FREE.  It’s a non-financial look at thinking about and preparing for what you will do and how to get the most out of life in semi-retirement or retirement.  Included are examples of people who have retired anywhere from age 27 to age 80. Read More…

 

INVESTING SUCCESSFULLY IN THE BRAVE NEW “LOW-GROWTH” WORLD

By: Sam Sivarajan J.D., MBA, CFP (UK), Managing Director, Head of Manulife Private Wealth Since the 2008 Credit Crisis, investors have endured a low-yield, low-growth environment.  This Brave New World, unfortunately, is here to stay.  In a recent discussion, David Dodge, the former Governor of the Bank of Canada delivered a sobering message that “lowRead More…

 

Critical Illness Insurance Can Be a Financial Life Saver

It was a world-famous heart surgeon, Dr. Marius Barnard, who created critical illness insurance, as he saw how the financial stress that accompanied cancer, heart attack and stroke was killing his patients. Critical illness insurance can cover cancer, heart attack, stroke, coronary artery bypass surgery, aortic surgery, and up to 20 additional conditions depending onRead More…