The Cost of Love Part 3 – When It Doesn’t Worth Out

Setting the Stage for an Amicable Split. No one makes the decision to spend the rest of their lives together only to separate. Yet unfortunately, not all relationships will last forever.  If you decided to make a commitment to your partner and after giving it your all, it still didn’t work out, take heart. The […]

The Cost of Love – Part 2 – Preparing for Cohabitation and Marriage

Important Money Conversations to Have on the Next Stage of Your Relationship Journey Sometimes having the money talk can feel awkward, especially in romantic relationships. Remember, many of us don’t learn about money in school and depending on how we grew up and what types of conversations we were exposed to, it can affect how […]

The Cost Of Love

Financial Considerations You Need to Think About as You Begin and End a Relationship. PART ONE In honour of February being the month of love, I am launching a 3-part series supporting making love last beyond Valentine’s Day. As money is a common reason why happy couples decide to separate, I want to encourage more […]

What Were You Thinking?

I’ve long believed in the offerings of diverse vaccines, in particular plant-based ones, that were absent throughout this pandemic. The federal politicians can answer the idea that Canada could have potentially dodged the pandemic or a good portion of it because that fact is real. Medicago a Canadian biotech company specializing in pandemics since 1999 […]

Is An RRSP Right For You?

A big reason for opening an RRSP is to take advantage of the tax benefits it provides. The funds you contribute will not be taxed as income until they are withdrawn (ideally when you retire and in a lower tax bracket). Income that is earned within the RRSP accumulates tax-free. Another significant benefit of RRSPs […]