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How to pass on the family cottage without destroying your family in the process

Your beautiful family cottage has been in the family for 60 years. Your parents helped build it at a time when most people had never heard of your lake. 1,676 more words

Mortgages & Real Estate

Summertime and the living is expensive: Six warm-weather spending traps, and how to avoid falling in

Summer isn’t for saving; it’s the season for spending. At least, that’s the message that many Canadians relay when banks trot out their annual spending surveys. 1,145 more words

Young Money

'Investors aren't likely to get bailed out by double-digit returns' as Vanguard CEO sees more fee cuts at firm

Vanguard Group, which has grown into the world’s largest mutual fund manager by offering low-cost investments, is prepared to cut fees further as it seeks to increase market share and boost investor returns in an environment of modest gains. 526 more words

Mutual Funds

Building and Managing Wealth Through Global Banking

Global banking, or offshore banking or private banking is the offering of banking, wealth and investment management products and services to high networth customers from outside their country of domicile or residence. 633 more words

Global Online Wealth Management

Mutual funds must now provide key information on fees, performance before investors buy

TORONTO — A new safeguard is now in place to help protect mutual fund investors.

Effective Monday, mutual fund companies are required to provide investors key information on things like a fund’s performance and fees before they buy. 178 more words

FP Street

Why you might be better off without a defined-benefit pension plan

Some people have all the luck. When they retire, they receive a fixed pension for life from their work.

For those without a defined-benefit pension from work, here is the good news: You might be even better off without it. 1,156 more words

Pensions

Leaving an inheritance? Here are the most rewarding options for spreading the wealth

Most Canadians are worried about ensuring that their savings will last as long as they do — but a select group are pretty sure that their money will outlast them. 651 more words

Retirement Planning