Financial Facts 2020 – Quebec

Financial Facts 2020 – Quebec

Due to COVID 19 the RRIF minimum withdrawal has been modified down. See the 2020 rates at the end of this article Age 2020 RRIF Factors 55 2.15% 56 2.21% 57 2.27% 58 2.35% 59 2.42% 60 2.50% 61 2.59% 62 2.68% 63 2.78% 64 2.89% Age 2020 RRIF Factors 65 3.00% 66 3.13% 67 […]

It Pays to Stay Invested…

It Pays to Stay Invested…

Who Pays for medical expenses in Quebec?

Who Pays for medical expenses in Quebec?

Why stay invested (even in a down market)?

Why stay invested (even in a down market)?

The following graph shows the rolling returns (returns over X consecutive years) for 1, 5, 10 and 20 years. The green lines are positive returns and the red are negative returns. Each consecutive line shows more green lines and fewer red lines thus showing that the longer you stayed invested, the better chance of positive […]

Financial planning for special needs children

Financial planning for special needs children

How to support their care for a lifetime. Most families are concerned about planning for their children’s financial futures, but for families with special needs children, financial planning strategies have a different and often more complex dimension. The cost of supporting an individual with special needs adds up quickly – from therapies, medical equipment and special […]

Which investments can reduce your tax bill?

Which investments can reduce your tax bill?

Taxes may be inescapable, but your choice of investments can have a huge impact on how much tax you pay. It all depends on your personal situation and how you structure your investment portfolio. 3 types of investment income and how they work A basic investment portfolio can generate three types of income: Interest income. […]

2019 Canadian Budget update

2019 Canadian Budget update

QUEBEC 2019 FINANCIAL FACTS

QUEBEC 2019 FINANCIAL FACTS

How to talk to your boss about your mental health

How to talk to your boss about your mental health

It may be tough to talk to your boss about your mental health, but experts say having the conversation can help your recovery. By Joy Blenman Most Canadians would rather not speak to their bosses about their mental health. According to the Sun Life Barometer Study, working Canadians are only half as likely to report […]

What does the 2017 Federal budget mean for you?

What does the 2017 Federal budget mean for you?

The new Liberal government announced changes in their budget in March, 2017 that affect your personal finances. PDF Version

Money Facts 2017

Money Facts 2017

Insurance Lingo – Your Quick Reference Guide [Infographic]

Insurance Lingo – Your Quick Reference Guide [Infographic]

Posted by ALLISON BARTON Empire Life Insuring with Care Blog Shopping for insurance can be challenging and confusing given the unfamiliar terms that are used in the industry. To help, we have created your quick reference Insurance Lingo infographic. Whether you are just starting your search for insurance, just got approved, or just need a refresher, […]

Money Facts 2016

Money Facts 2016

What’s your financial literacy score?

What’s your financial literacy score?

It’s more important than ever to have the financial literacy skills needed to manage your money and investments wisely. To help Canadians find the resources they need, a coalition of seven non-profit organizations have joined together to organize this November’s Financial Literacy Month. What better time to take a quick quiz to test your knowledge […]

How to look your best during your paramedical exam

How to look your best during your paramedical exam

Just as you would spruce yourself up for a family photo, these tips can help make the picture you present to the underwriter the best possible. Get a good night’s rest before the exam Do not do any heavy exercise 24 hours before the exam Do not consume any form of alcohol for at least 48 […]

%d bloggers like this: