Are voluntary CPP Contributions a good idea?
Here we go again . . . Should the government allow voluntary CPP contributions?  I was asked to share some of my personal thoughts on expanding CPP on the Calgary morning show on CBC Radio.Recen [more]
Managing money when you don’t have a steady paycheque
"If we can understand the laws of cause and effect, anyone can predict the future: what we do today leads us to tomorrow's destination." - Celso CukierkornOne of the things we often take for grant [more]
‎Creating Unbreakable Habits
“The chains of habit are too light to be felt, until they are too heavy to be broken.” – Warren BuffettOver the past couple of months, I’ve been making a conscious effort to watch less TV [more]
Who will use Tax Free Savings Accounts?
The government introduced Tax Free Savings Accounts (TFSAs) in the 2008 Federal Budget but will Canadians use these accounts? Will people be encouraged to save more money with the introduction of TFSA [more]
Case study: CPP credit split
One of the services that my business offers is to analyze the impact that a CPP credit split would have on a couple’s CPP retirement pensions, in advance of either party applying for a credit split. [more]