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|How Much Money Should You Leave For Your Kids?
An endless conversation in the world of personal financial planning surrounds the question of how much money you should leave for your children or grandchildren. While there is no one-size-fits-all answer to this, this article by WealthCare for Women explores some factors that can impact your decision.
Why Does Time Seem to Speed Up with Age?
As you get older, you may be wondering: "where did all the time go?" The perception that time speeds up as you get older is a psychological phenomenon that psychologists have been working to understand. James Broadway, a postdoctoral researcher in Psychology and Brain Sciences gives some insight into why this is and ways to slow down time if it seems to be passing too quickly. Read this article to learn more.
Retiring as an Incorporated Professional
In addition to all of the many questions that arise when thinking about retirement, incorporated professionals must also consider how their corporation fits into their retirement plan. This article on our blog explores various income sources and tax considerations for incorporated professionals who are reaching retirement.
|Donating Securities to Charity
"Giving away money is easy. Giving away money well is fiendishly difficult". If you're looking to give back to your community, consider donating stocks and securities rather than cash. Donating securities is a strategic and highly tax efficient way to support a cause you care deeply about. Check out our blog post to learn more.
|3 Signs Your Finances Aren't Ready For Retirement
"Retirement is a giant math equation, and if the numbers don't work, they don't work". While returning to work doesn't tend to be a popular option for people who have retired, it may be better in the long term. This article by Pete the Planner explores some telltale signs your retirement isn't working financially.
|Debt Management: "Living in the Red"
With the inevitability of having to take on some debt in your lifetime, it is important to know the difference between good and bad debt. Understanding this will help you to develop an effective debt repayment plan and work towards debt freedom. Check out our blog article to learn more.
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