How to fix an overcontribution to an RRSP or TFSA
February 14, 2024

How to fix an overcontribution to an RRSP or TFSA

Putting too much cash in your RRSP or TFSA is an easy mistake to make. Here’s how it can happen, and how to deal with it.

Grey divorce? What it means for your finances
February 13, 2024

Grey divorce? What it means for your finances

Ending a marriage when you’re past 55 presents unique challenges, especially when it comes to your personal finances.

How to help your grown-up child get ready to leave home
February 12, 2024

How to help your grown-up child get ready to leave home

To help your child leave the nest, you can talk to them about how you can help or what you’re willing to do to make it easier for them. Here are some ways you can help them spread their wings.

Should parents of adult children still foot the bill?
February 12, 2024

Should parents of adult children still foot the bill?

What should you pay for when your kids are young adults but not yet financially independent? These tips can help you set some boudaries.

What will you do with your RRSP when you turn 71?
February 12, 2024

What will you do with your RRSP when you turn 71?

You might know about the deadline for closing your RRSP. But do you know what to do with the money? Here are your options.

“The Talk”: Money and Your Aging Parents
January 26, 2024

“The Talk”: Money and Your Aging Parents

Have you talked with your aging parents about their finances and medical needs? Here are 6 questions you’ll want to ask.

How extended family can support children’s financial education
January 25, 2024

How extended family can support children’s financial education

Financial education for children is a family affair—but not just for parents. Here’s how the aunts, uncles and grandparents can get involved.

How to budget as a couple
January 25, 2024

How to budget as a couple

Looking for ways to manage your budget as a couple? Here are some tips for financial harmony. 

Talking to kids about money
January 24, 2024

Talking to kids about money

Should you wait until your children are older before you talk to them about money? Not at all. From a young age, your children can master the basics of personal finances. It’s up to you to help them.

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