Monthly Archives: October 2016

Investing in your 40’s

I wanted to share with you a question that came up with a couple that I just met: Q: We are in our early 40’s and have 2 young teens. We just finished paying off our mortgage and are now free and clear. Because our goal was paying down the mortgage, we had no extra… Read more »

Pay Down Your Mortgage or Top-up Your TFSA?

Pay down mortgage or top-up your TFSA The question of reducing debt or contributing to savings will continue to be debated for as long as people plan to retire in Canada. The battle is whether to pay down your mortgage or top-up your TFSA. Of course opting for both: reducing debt and increasing savings is… Read more »

Planning For Financial Well Being In Your Relationship

With this being the busiest season for weddings I thought I would share a few tips for newlyweds. ┬áPlanning for your financial well being should start before the wedding day. I was going to title this ‘Tips before tying the knot’ and then I realized that these are words of advice for financial well being… Read more »