This is the second article in a series about second mortgages.
Retirees no longer fit into the stereotype of slowing down and moving in with family,
While saving money should be a lifelong habit, what we save for and how we save all change as we go through different phases of our lives.
Although divorce is on the rise among the over 55 population in Canada, over half of those who get divorced either remarry or cohabit at some point.
While retirement alone can have a big financial impact on many people, divorce, marriage and the death of a spouse can also significantly affect your finances.
A remortgage is when you take out a new mortgage to replace your current one, for the same, or more money.
Many people are unaware of the amount of CRA allowable medical expenses you can claim,
Being married for 30 years is no longer a guarantee that you’ll be together “till death do us part.”
Knowing exactly when to retire is a tricky question.