financial literacy reading list

What’s Financial Literacy? A reading list for every life stage

Financial Literacy is important for everyone! In our ongoing blog series about financial literacy for young adults, Laura Osborne, a young woman in her final year university, has created a reading list that has something for everyone who wants an education in managing their money. The summer of 2020 can be both boring and stressful […]

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4 tips to make estate planning easier

4 Tips to Make Estate Planning Easier

Estate planning is the process in which a person plans the transfer of their estate they pass away. This can include property, money or investments. Wills are a common way a person establishes their wishes for how their estate will be distributed and taken care of after their death (Ontario Ministry of the Attorney General, […]

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Women & Insurance: Are Women Missing Out?

Today’s women wear many hats – both as professionals and as caregivers. According to Statistics Canada, women represent 47% of the Canadian workforce but also continue to provide the majority of care for children, dependents and the elderly. Have you considered how those you care for would cope if you were unable to provide your […]

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women and financial planning

Women & Financial Planning: Your Family’s Future

Women are often ignored when it comes to financial planning. Mother’s Day is a great time to reflect on how much the women in our lives mean to us. Through each stage of life, they provide us with their love, guidance, care and support. Planning for the future is one way mothers care for their […]

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