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Invest Well. Live Well: What is socially responsible investing?

Invest Well. Live Well: What is socially responsible investing?

Recently, a client asked us about what we could do to help satisfy her desire to invest in a socially responsible way. This subject has often been on our minds and a few clients have begun proactively requesting information.
Invest Well. Live Well: Seven ways to diversify your portfolio

Invest Well. Live Well: Seven ways to diversify your portfolio

My youngest son would eat the same thing every day if we would let him.
Invest Well. Live Well: The value of advice

Invest Well. Live Well: The value of advice

The best athletes in the world use coaches to help them keep on track, maintain focus, monitor progress and achieve their goals. Despite being incredibly talented, athletes realize the value a coach brings to them personally and/or their team.
Busy neophyte business turning away files

Busy neophyte business turning away files

Welcome to Startup Story, a six-part series in which we will follow a new business through its startup and the trials and tribulations of a new venture over the course of a year.
Invest Well. Live Well: Protecting what matters most

Invest Well. Live Well: Protecting what matters most

John Lennon was quoted as saying, "Life is what happens to you while you are busy making other plans." I think most of us can attest to feeling this way at some point(s) over the past few months. Life is unpredictable and things often go sideways.
Invest Well. Live Well: Can investors achieve returns of five to eight per cent?

Invest Well. Live Well: Can investors achieve returns of five to eight per cent?

As economies worldwide attempt to recover from the COVID-19 crisis, many investors may feel unsure of what to do. At the time of writing, a 10-year Government of Canada bond yields only 0.3% and interest rates are near 0%.
Invest Well. Live Well: Am I empowering or enabling my adult child?

Invest Well. Live Well: Am I empowering or enabling my adult child?

Parenting can be the most rewarding and challenging job. According to finder.com, a staggering 68 per cent of Canadian parents are helping their adult children with finances. Personally, we have had assistance early in our lifetimes from our parents.
Invest Well. Live Well: Alternatives to stocks and bonds

Invest Well. Live Well: Alternatives to stocks and bonds

More than 20 years ago, foundations, endowments and pension plans could allocate 100% to bonds because interest rates were over 7.25% and they could meet their short and long-term objectives. Currently, a 10-year government bond only yields 0.
High Calibre Athletic Academies with Scholarships Available NOW!

High Calibre Athletic Academies with Scholarships Available NOW!

Are you looking at school options starting in September and trying to figure out the best fit for your child? Have you found it difficult to find a program that perfectly balances a world-class quality academic education alongside a personalized, hol
Invest Well. Live Well: Does money buy happiness?

Invest Well. Live Well: Does money buy happiness?

One of the most popular courses in America is psychology and the good life. Yale professor Dr. Laurie Santos offers a course in “positive psychology” as opposed to psychological dysfunction.