Tag: Financial Health

Talking to your Kids about Saving Money
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Talking to your Kids about Saving Money

Whether it’s teens after they’ve just got their first job, or your post-secondary graduate going out into the workforce for the first time, what are the fundamental tips and tools we can give our kids to set them up for success early when it comes to saving money? Thank you to Brook Dyson from Edward […]

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Your Fall Financial Review
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Your Fall Financial Review

Happy Labour Day! As we prepare to head into Fall and our summer vacation comes to an end, I just wanted to check in with you and see how you’re doing. I hope you got to experience just a bit of normalcy this long weekend as our world begins to open back up. Now that […]

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Is it a Good Time to Refinance?
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Is it a Good Time to Refinance?

It’s no secret property values have increased over the last year. It’s also no secret that mortgage rates have decreased too. Is now a good time to refinance your mortgage too? Let’s chat and find out what option is best for You and Your family ! I’m just a phone call away …

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Understanding Credit Cards and Interest
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Understanding Credit Cards and Interest

My teenage daughter just got her first credit card and had a few questions about her monthly statement and the interest owing. It got me thinking, if she has these questions, than a lot of you might be wondering the same thing! So let’s break it down. Balances, interest, and minimum payments… what do they […]

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Lockdown Anniversary: where are you now?
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Lockdown Anniversary: where are you now?

As we reach the one year anniversary of the beginning of 2020’s series of COVID lockdowns, I just wanted to take a moment to reflect on all that the last year has taught us. Where are you now compared to where you were a year ago? Have you checked in on your goals recently? What […]

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What happens if you put down less than 20% on a house?
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What happens if you put down less than 20% on a house?

In Canada, we can provide mortgage financing to qualified homebuyers with down payments as low as 5% down. With less than 20% down, the mortgage is now insured against default. Mortgage default insurance can help buyers purchase a home and begin building equity sooner, compared to renting – where you gain no equity and increase […]

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