When the Registered Retirement Annuity commenced (in 1957), the annual contribution limit was ten percent of income, with a maximum of $2,500. In 2019, the eligible contribution limit is eighteen percent of 2018 earned income, with a maximum of $26,500. How times have changed! To put figures into perspective, in 1957 gasoline cost thirty-one cents a gallon, milk cost a dollar a gallon and many homes cost less than $20,000.Read more
Many people start off a new year with goals. For some they may be personal or professional. Others may be financial goals. Did you know that a Financial Planner can help you to achieve all these goals? Setting up a financial plan is never just about the numbers, but rather a plan that encompasses you as a whole person.Read more
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Everyday, we are all faced with choices about how we interact with other people and the world around us. I’ve always been curious about how people engage with each other. For as long as I can remember I’ve been an observer of relationships. And, more recently, I’ve often wondered about the impact of technology on our relationships with each other.
I would imagine that we’ve all noticed that cell phone use impacts how we connect (or don’t) with each other. And, for this article (and breakfast presentation), I thought it would be interesting to explore a recently identified and named (2012) behaviour called *Phubbing*.Read more