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Wednesday, June 13, 2018 According to Statistics Canada, the typical Canadian family spends over $1,600 a year on home utility bills, and a large portion of that energy is wasted. Not to fear: there are several things you can do each month to conserve energy and reduce the strain on your wallet. Conduct a Home Energy Audit READ MORE >>
Thursday, April 5, 2018 Did You Know? University-bound children's parents can expect to pay at least a half to a third of the cost of their children's education with their current income, savings and loans. Therefore, parents should start saving for their children's future sooner rather than later, even on the day that your little one is born. READ MORE >>
Friday, July 7, 2017 Buying home insurance is a key step in protecting your assets. But premiums cost money, and you'll likely also likely want to limit those costs if possible. Depending on your current policy, you have ways to cut back on the cost of insurance without giving up the coverage you need. 1. Increase the Deductible READ MORE >>
Monday, August 17, 2015The thought of retirement seems far away, doesn't it? As we all know, time flies by and procrastinating definitely hinders our ability to grow our money. When we are dealing in the investment world, having time on our side is a huge component to substantial growth. So the earlier we start, the better chance we have of reaching our goal. READ MORE >>
Monday, April 20, 2015Envision this: warm weather, creeks flowing, birds chirping, fresh air — Yes, it's spring time. Doesn't it feel rejuvenating to breathe in that fresh air and watch things blossom again? I find that spring time is a great time to review your overall financial portfolio to ensure things remain on track. READ MORE >>
Tuesday, December 9, 2014Every small business owner knows the importance of saving money whenever possible, but many businesses make costly mistakes without knowing it. When it comes to business insurance, a small mistake can mean big bucks down the road. Are you making these mistakes? Neglecting to Review Coverage READ MORE >>