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At the start of every year we are all tempted to make our financial New Year’s Resolutions. Perhaps you already have. My advice: don’t bother. According to researcher John Norcross in the Journal of Clinical Psychology in 2002, approximately 50% of the population makes resolutions each New Year. Among the top resolutions are weight loss, […]

The world is made up of different kinds of people.  Some are always looking ahead and planning.  Others sort of “fly by the seat of their pants.” When it comes to financial planning, the “seat of the pants” method often produces disastrous results.  Yes, you might win the lottery, but in most cases not having […]

There were three interesting stories in the press this week about pensions and bankruptcy in Canada. On Wednesday the CBC ran a story on how the Liberals vow to change bankruptcy laws. Here’s a quote from the story: The Liberal Party says it is committed to changing Canadian bankruptcy laws so former employees of failed […]

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