Many Canadian Workers Unprepared for Retirement
Canadian HRReporter just put out an article that sums up the Canadian retirement landscape wonderfully. Lack of personal preparedness, lack of a plan – personal
Do You Have a personal Retirement Savings Plan? Do You Want to Turbocharge It?
While many Canadians may not be putting aside a certain amount of their own after-tax cash for their retirement on a regular monthly basis, many
Mortgage Debt – Good or Bad? That Depends!
The origin of the word ‘mortgage’: ‘mortuus’ (‘dead’ – Latin) —> ‘mort’ (‘dead’ old French) + ‘gage’ (‘pledge’ old French) = ‘Mortgage’ (‘Dead Pledge’ old
Defined Benefit Pension Plans are Going the Way of the Dodo
I have commented at length in other articles, in my new book to be released soon and other media about how few of us Canadians
The Sequential Approach to Your Mortgage & Retirement
The Sequential Approach to your mortgage and your retirement – there is a better way! Here’s the problem at hand: you have an expensive mortgage
Dispelling the Myths of Borrowing to Invest
You may have read elsewhere that we here at The Smith Manoeuvre contend that there is no ‘leverage’ involved in the strategy. The reason for