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Moving tips to add to your TO DO list

Friday Jul 27th, 2018

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      Preparing to move into a new home can be overwhelming. Needless to say you have a lot on your plate, so we reached out to our RE/MAX Influencers — a panel consisting of RE/MAX Sales Associates from throughout Canada — to make a list of the most important moving tips a buyer should keep in mind to prepare to move into their new home.     Address Forwarding Forward your mail. Missing important government notices, taxes, and... [read more]

New Grandparent's Guide

Wednesday Apr 26th, 2017

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Seven Easy Steps to Handling Your New Role   1. Set the Stage for Peaceful Relationships Right from the get-go, many expecting parents experience tension or a feeling of being torn between two – or even three or four – sets of grandparents forcefully asserting their wishes. It's a recipe for stress that soon-to-be moms and dads definitely don't need. As much as you can, stay positive, be flexible, and go with the flow. Focus on supporting the expecting... [read more]

Every Canadian Should Have a Will and Estate Plan

Tuesday Apr 25th, 2017

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1. Your family won’t starve in the cold. Without an estate plan you may not leave enough money to your family to make sure they’ll always be warm and well fed. 2. Less of your estate will pay a permanent visit to the income tax department. Without an estate plan you won’t be able to take advantage of tax-saving strategies. 3. Your family won’t have to weep before a judge to get the right to manage your estate. If you don’t make a... [read more]

Nine Things That May Disappear in Our Lifetime

Tuesday Apr 25th, 2017

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As part of the Zoomer Generation it's hard to believe these things may not be part of our children and grand children's lives. I posted this back in October but felt is was worth sharing again!   Whether these changes are good or bad depends in part on how we adapt to them. But ready or not, here they come.....   1. The Post Office  Get ready to imagine a world without the post office. They are so deeply in financial trouble that there is probably no... [read more]

FREE EXECUTOR KIT: A checklist for choosing an executor

Tuesday Apr 25th, 2017

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1. Make a list of the people you know and trust who could do the executor job well.  2. Consider the advantages of appointing more than one executor to work together. Perhaps neither one alone has all the tools necessary to get the job done, but as a team they do. This also has the benefit of sharing the load on more than one set of shoulders, and providing checks and balances - two heads may well be better than one. 3. Consider the value of a corporate executor, to reduce strain on... [read more]

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