You’ve built your business from the ground up and have worked hard to ensure its success. Now that your business is growing, isn’t it a good idea to protect it in case of a shareholder’s unexpected illness or death? Continue reading “Smart Talk about Shareholders’ Agreements”
Although opioids have been in existence for decades, the 2016 overdose and subsequent death of musician Prince sent shockwaves throughout the world and brought a great deal of attention to Fentanyl and other potentially lethal opioids.
You make sure they eat their veggies, do their homework and go to bed on time. As a parent, you work so hard to keep your child safe and secure, but have you thought about their financial security? Continue reading “Juvenile Insurance – Why You’re Never Too Young to Secure Your Future”
Yes, yes, you already know that exercise is important and that you need to hit the gym. But did you know that a regular ole pushup could be your answer to a stronger heart and a longer life? Continue reading “Drop and Give Me 40: The Power of Pushups”
There is a saying that nothing in life is certain apart from death and taxes. Although death is inevitable, there are some ways to minimize those pesky taxes to ensure that as much of your estate goes to your loved ones as possible. In this case, let’s look at probate fees, which are a type of tax (or fee) levied provincially on accumulated assets at death. Continue reading “Death, Taxes and Probate Fees”
A great deal of publicity, debate and no shortage of controversy followed the introduction of legalized cannabis in October 2018. Canadian legislators were swift to update their impaired driving regulations and in December 2018, created an entirely new category of cannabis impairment laws. Continue reading “Driving High and how it can Impact Your Future”
Sure, fees are a factor in an investment portfolio, but they are not the only one to keep in mind when it comes to reaching your retirement goal.
Goodbye rainbow of food groups, hello mindful eating. Continue reading “The Canadian Food Guide: Tips for a Long & Healthy Life”
Life insurance comes in many shapes and sizes and finding the right fit for your life can be daunting to say the least. It can be tempting to simply find the least expensive solution and go with that. But like all products, sometimes the least expensive option can end up costing you more in the long run.
A biopsy study looking for cancer usually involves either a sharp scalpel to remove the suspected tissue or a needle injected into the site requiring examination. What if a simple, inexpensive blood test could do the following: Continue reading “A Fluid Approach to Cancer”