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Simple Steps To Effective Retirement Savings

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When talking to prospective patients or engaged in consultations you probably spend a lot of time clarifying what you do. People see NDs because they’ve heard good things about the profession, or have a friend who had good results. Regardless of the positive feedback, there’s still some …

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Tuesday Tips on How To Cut Expenses

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1)      Do you have Cable tv? If so, do you really need all those channels?  Consider cancelling Cable and watch Netflix. 2)      Are you going out to buy lunch and/or coffee every day?  Pack your own lunch and save! 3)      …

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The Wisdom behind Saving

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Last week at the annual CustomPlan Financial meeting I had the privilege to reconnect again with Robert M. Gignac and hear him speak about personal finance. I also got his book Rich is a state of Mind.   I love …

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How NOT to overspend this holiday season

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Even if you don’t celebrate Christmas it’s hard to get away without spending money on a holiday or ‘extras’ this coming season like food and wine. According to RBC Canadian Consumer Outlook Canadians plan to spend an average of $1192.50 …

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Are YOU on track to achieving your retirement goals? Still unsure about the differences between a Tax-Free Savings Account (TFSA) and a Registered Retirement Savings Plan (RRSP)? According to Alfred Roissl, a Toronto-based managing director with Desjardins Financial Security Independent …

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