Justin Trudeau believes they’re only for the rich. Is he right?
The Harper government delivers average annual tax savings of $1,140 for Canadian couples with kids. The additional disposable income should be a boon for financial advisors.
Some fun, or at least interesting, reads for the upcoming long Labour Day weekend.
As boomer-era advisors retire books of business are being handed off, a whole new set of challenges follow.
Tweaking your emails in the CASL-era
Your high-net worth clients are proudly Canadian but are increasingly following in the steps of their American counterparts in choosing to carry forward their mortgages well past their ability to retire them.
Markets have been strong lately, but the growth has some advisors wondering how to manage an expanding book of business.
Long-held wisdom about paying off mortgage first no longer widely held: Investors Group.
On the heals of IIROC's latest guidance notes on how to debunk the confusion behind, what is commonly labelled, the alphabet soup of industry designations, two Montreal advisors express their point of view on why one certification is increasingly essential to the recipe.