A SPONSORED FEATURE: There are several loan options available to homeowners over 55. However, understanding the best fit for your specific needs requires some careful consideration.
In an editorial comment dated March 20, the Toronto Star noted a troubling trend: though Canadians are a generous bunch by world standards, the number of people donating is dwindling.
Even for younger people, doing the splits can be difficult but, believe it or not, doing the splits becomes easier as you mature - click headline or photo
A household that spends $10,000 on eligible home renovations potentially can get back $1,500. The tax credit has a $10,000 maximum per couple. Qualified applicants must be 65 years or older by the end of the year...- click headline or photo
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
Dance is ‘fountain of youth / Raccoons and the law / Rocking the archives / Platinum Blonde / Edward Bear / Fringe Play / Healthy Home Renovation Tax Credit - click headline or photo
How much income would most of us consider enough during our retirement? Canadian finance ministers will implicitly give us their answer when they define a “modest Canada Pension Plan (CPP) expansion” at their next meeting in June - click headline or photo