Retirement planning can be challenging, we’ve outlined what we feel are 6 steps to retirement success. Talk to us about a complimentary comprehensive review of your retirement plan.
Do you have unrealized capital losses? Have you maximized your TESA contribution yet? Have you thought about family income splitting? Can you benefit from the New Canada Child Benefit? Have you maximized your RRSP contributions? Is it time wind up your RRSP? Are you meeting the CRA deadlines for 2016 savings? Have you paid your personal tax instalments?
When putting together your financial plan, there is no question about the benefits of consolidation. It’s common to have your finances all over the place. Savings at the bank, investments with several financial institutions, retirement savings at another. The importance of having a financial plan is the ability to coordinate, consolidate and be able to implement your plan to achieve your goals.
For most of the people, a watertight estate planning means finding the best ways to equip themselves for contingencies, reduce the tax liability for their estate, and signing up for investment plans to ensure that their money continues to earn money for them.
When should I incorporate? What’s the difference? We highlight the differences showing setup costs, admin costs, business losses, control, liability, taxes and selling the business.
As our lives grow and change with variable circumstances, new additions, and job transitions, our needs for insurance will also evolve. Additionally, economic fluctuations and external circumstances that influence your insurance policy will need frequent re-evaluation to ensure that you are making the most appropriate and financially favorable decisions. Perhaps you aren’t sure whether you should conduct an insurance audit or not.
The best way to purchase mortgage insurance, outlining the difference between purchasing this from the bank and an advisor.
The Honourable Bill Morneau, Minister of Finance, recently announced the federal budget for Canada for 2016. We’ve put together an infographic to outline the highlights of the federal budget and what it means for families, retirees and business owners.
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About Peace Agencies
Our mission is to assist individuals, families and organizations in building or maintaining their financial structure. This brick by brick method is a ground up approach starting at the foundation and is realized through careful, realistic financial planning advice. This mission is pursued within the context of a commitment to honesty, integrity and best interest principles of you.