How many times have you heard a man say, “I’m not sick”? They say it because they don’t want to be sick and, if they are sick, they don’t want to know about it.
Whether you are just contemplating dipping your toe into big-time charitable giving or you are Canada’s doughnut king or maybe the double owner of CFL franchises, with tremendous track records of donations, there’s ample incentive to prepare a planned-giving plan for your future - click headline
...people can expect 20 or more years of life after retirement, and that's creating a new class of worker with new demands of employers...People are living longer, healthier lives and have the capacity to keep going, while others simply need the money - click headline
“I believe that short-termism is not the way to run a country. You run a country on the basis that each generation pays for its own groceries and endeavours to ensure that the succeeding generation has a base from which to operate.” - click headline
An increasing number of Canadians are reaching the age of 100. Between 2006 and 2011, the rate of population growth for this age group was 25.7 per cent, the second most rapidly growing age group - click headline