Switching Employers

By Susan Daley · February 21, 2018 - 0 comments

There are lots of moving parts in your finances if you choose, or are forced, to change employers. It can also be a stressful time worrying about finding a new job, making ends meet, and handling all of life’s other activities. I offer up some things to think about when switching employers that may or may not be on your radar in today’s video.

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Matrimonial Regimes & How They Affect Your Finances

By Peter Guay · February 20, 2018 - 0 comments

What are marriage or matrimonial regimes? A matrimonial regime sets the rules for managing property and debts accumulated during marriage and how they will be divided in case of divorce or if one spouse passes away. There are essentially two marriage regimes in Quebec: Partnership of Acquests (the default regime) and Separation as to property. 

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Should you buy bitcoin?

By Ben Felix · February 16, 2018 - 0 comments

Remember that bridge your mother warned you about – the one everyone else was jumping off of? If you ask me, it’s an adage worth its weight in gold, especially as it applies to the current bitcoin craze. 

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Why you need a power of attorney/mandate and a living will

By Anthony Layton · February 12, 2018 - 0 comments

When it comes to planning your estate, you should have two goals. First, you want to make sure your wishes are respected. And second you want to make sure your family isn’t put through unnecessary pain and anguish.
That’s why it’s so important to have a will that clearly sets out what you want done with your estate upon your death. The problem is that too many people think their job is done once their will has been prepared.

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