As you know, I like to share with you articles of interest to you and your loved ones. I came across an article recently, written by Investment Executive which talks about many clients retiring with mortgages and large credit card
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This is the final segment of the FOUR Reasons Women Should Consider Hiring a Financial Advisor. Women have different investment styles. They are traditionally greater savers than their male counterparts, however, women often feel more timid about investing than men.
The third reason is that women are more likely to outlive their male counterparts. As a result, they will require different long-term planning needs. For married couples, as difficult as the subject matter might be, it is important to sit
Last week I discussed the first of the FOUR Reasons Women Should Consider Hiring a Financial Advisor. Today, I will cover the second reason. Reason 2: Women are the ones most likely to take a break from the workforce, whether
Earlier this week I touched on article by Rebecca Lake, called the FOUR Reasons Women Should Consider Hiring a Financial Advisor. Reason 1: THE PAY GAP REMAINS. The pay gap is very significant, since it has an accumulative affect. Earning
As you know, I like to share interesting articles with you concerning preparing for your financial future. Recently I came across a great piece by Rebecca Lake, called FOUR Reasons Women Should Consider Hiring a Financial Advisor. The primary mistake
I would like to share some interesting points I came across in an article by Suzanne Sharma which appeared in advisor.ca concerning how to stretch your retirement income. Even though we do our best to plan for retirement, we sometimes
An interesting article written by Beth Braverman appeared in the December 2nd issue of The Fiscal Times. She reported on a new study by the Transmerica Center for Retirement Studies which shows that retirees are enjoying their retirement, but are
November is Financial Literacy Month. The Financial Consumer Agency of Canada is providing Canadians with good solid tips on how to become more financially responsible. To obtain their full report, please download the pdf file, How to Beat that DEBT.