The first warning came from my grandmother. I was 27, running through life. Not like there was no tomorrow but like I had to get to tomorrow before anyone else did. My grandmother gave me a book, “Slow Me Down, Lord”. I did not listen to the warning.
Mixing financial and family matters gets sticky when it comes to discussing how to handle your fiscal matters after you die.
Is it possible you will outlive your retirement savings? - 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
The reasons behind a U.S. purchase typically fall into one of two categories – a property for personal use, or a rental property to generate income. Both come with exciting opportunities, but both have their own unique set of issues - click headline
Avoid the pitfalls of managing your parents’ financial affairs! - Gather Your Parents’ Financial Information Before It’s Too Late / Keep Good Records of Financial Transactions to Avoid Family and Legal Problems / Professionally Prepared Income Tax Returns Take the Pressure Off You / Invest a Parent’s Money Conservatively or You May Have to Support Them - click headline or photo