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Didn't see that coming

Of course we didn’t. It was an accident. And if we could see around corners and into the future we would change some things (we think).

Managing Your Money - July 3, 2015

You may have received a reminder notice from the Canadian Revenue Agency (CRA) indicating that you should make a quarterly tax installment. It is important to make these payments on time because ignoring the notice may be costly.
Ask Strays That Can't Pay

Ask Strays That Can't Pay

Dear STCP, I am moving and cannot take my pet with me - how do I rehome my pet? Dear Reader, Rehoming your pet is a very serious event. Remember, your family is attached to your pet as well as your pet is attached to you.

Managing Your Money - July 31, 2015

“Easy” and “simple” decisions don’t always add up to the right financial/estate planning answers. Here are a few “because I can” decisions to consider just a bit more carefully.

Managing Your Money - June 26, 2015

Investing for income - five fundamentals A sound financial plan usually includes developing and maintaining a portfolio of investments that you will, at some point, tap into on a regular basis to cover living expenses or for some other ongoing need.

Letter: Brief Background of Little Saskatchewan River:

Dear Editor: A Brief Background of The Little Saskatchewan River: Where are the obligations of water stewardship It is beyond reason.

Would Tiger Woods “Make the Cut” in portfolio management?

My success with clients over the past quarter century managing their financial assets comes down to one thing...my disciplined investment process. I am “rules based” advisor which keeps me and clients “out of trouble”.

Letter: Surface Rights Board

Re: Surface Rights Board hears local case by Terri Eger, Friday, June 5, Virden-Empire Advance Some past history: The Manitoba Surface Rights Board listened to the case of area farmer, Gaston Van As, and five other cases that were scheduled to be hea

Managing Your Money - June 12, 2015

You undoubtedly already know that medical expenses can be claimed as a medical expense credit on your tax return - but, like many Canadians, you may be somewhat fuzzy about exactly what and how much can be claimed and how to go about making your clai

Managing Your Money - June 6, 2015

It seems like a long time ago that you began to regularly contribute to a Registered Education Savings Plan (RESP) for your child or grandchild and, suddenly, it’s time! In a month or two, that ‘child’ will be heading off to university or college and