Saving for your child’s education

Saving for your child’s education. With the cost of post-secondary education continuing to rise, it’s important to start saving as soon as you can...

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How to spot and prevent elder financial abuse

Elder financial abuse is a crime and is the most common type of abuse against older adults...

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Financial planning for LGBTQ+ families

From financial planning to estate planning, there are many aspects to financial wellness that are unique to LGBTQ+ individuals, partnerships and families. Here are some considerations for your individual LGBTQ+ financial planning...

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Supporting your parent’s legacy

If you find this is a dialogue your parents are avoiding, you can take the lead in initiating it...

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Prepare for your financial future this Chinese New Year

Chinese New Year is a celebratory time involving family reunions and gift-giving between families, friends and business contacts. It’s also a time for one to reflect on the past year and prepare for the new one....

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Be your own Secret Santa this year

Use your year-end bonus to give yourself the gifts everyone wants – and needs. Smart ways to invest your year-end bonus – in yourself. This article has three easy ideas to help you improve your financial plan...

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Canada Life Sustainable Portfolios - how we build our responsible investing solution

Canada Life Sustainable Portfolios™ can help you invest for returns while reshaping the future...

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Budget tips for holidays

Make your holidays precious, not expensive...

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Renting or owning: what’s right for you?

As a basic rule, renting is usually cheaper than paying the mortgage for a home. However, this depends on a number of factors, including the location and type of house you rent...

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Nine answers to your questions about the Canada child benefit

The Canada child benefit (CCB) provides a financial benefit to support families with children during this life stage...

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