François and Jacquie are wondering if they’re on track to retire at the age of 60 and still live comfortably. He is 54, she is 53. They have two children, ages 17 and 19. François earns $105,000 a year
Now that the annual rush of the tax-filing season has come and gone, it’s important to remember that this time of the year can come with consequences of which many are unaware. The “post” tax-filing season
Trevor and Tara are tired of their jobs. Can they to move to B.C. and maintain their standard of living?
Trevor is growing tired of the military life, with its frequent moves and disruptions. He’s 43. His wife, Tara, is growing tired of her public-service job. She’s 37. They have two children, ages 5 and
Interest-only mortgages have quietly resurfaced in Canada, and with careful use, they could boost your retirement savings
Now that everyone, including Bank of Canada Governor Stephen Poloz, seems to be seeking ways to make the mortgage market more flexible and responsive to Canadians’ needs, how’s this for a radical idea?