Are you drowning in debt? Looking for someone to throw you a life jacket? Well if someone tosses you the one marked Debt Consolidation, toss it right back. It sounds like a great idea at first. Put all your unsecured debts together – payday loans, credit cards, medical bills - and pay the interest on that one sum monthly instead of on multiple loans.
With a new year comes new goals and resolutions. Maybe a little less sugar, a new exercise regime, or better planning.
The new year brings with it exciting changes and new laws. Here are two changes to the law that you should be aware of as you ring in 2019.
2018 is in the history books and you’ve got big plans ahead for 2019, right?! This is the year that you’re going to get organized financially, make sure your money is working for you, instead of you working for your money. In my experience as a Financial Advisor, one of the biggest mistakes people make is not doing a financial outlook for the year ahead.
Many people are looking to get involved in the real estate market, either for personal reasons or investment purposes. If you have not considered purchasing overseas, here are a few reasons you may want to reconsider.
On June 7, 2018, the Ontario Progressive Conservatives were elected. Since that day, the provincial government has been moving swiftly to pass and amend laws.
Christmas shopping is what’s on most people’s minds in December, but this is also the time of year to take advantage of tax savings before we put a bow on 2018 and kiss it goodbye.
On October 17, 2018, the Federal Cannabis Act, 2018, and the Ontario Cannabis Act, 2018 became law in Ontario (“the Acts”). The Acts legalize the consumption of recreational cannabis in Canada.
Are you getting a little tired of the rollercoaster ride of the stock market? Ready to get off and look at some other options?