Women on the Moveis a one-a-month series on this blog about women of retirement age who refuse to retire from life. Women who seek and embrace change. Women who stand at the bend in the road and, with a sense of adventure, impulsiveness, curiosity and courage, keep walking.
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It’s not often a retiree looking for advice on financial planning gets to pin down an author he has seen on television for personal input, but that is the story retired teacher John Cammarata of Waterloo, Ont. tells
I hope you take some time out of your busy days, weeks and life to plan for your future because your future is important. It’s so easy to get caught up in the busy-ness of life as we live in the “now” society. Just remember, planning is simply looking into the future to make our future more predictable. - click for info.
A charitable giving plan makes the best use of your donations. By taking the right steps now you’ll preserve your legacy and transfer as you wish – to the charity of your choice or your heirs – with minimum taxation, fees or other delays. Click headline for the options...
First off, get very cosy with the words: “I can’t afford it." When you live realistically, it gets easier to do. The pressure is off. Admitting you can’t afford something means you aren’t living a fantasy financial life.”