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New Grandparents Guide

Monday Feb 26th, 2018

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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]

Paradise Retirement Destinations Beyond Canada's Border for $1500 a Month

Wednesday Apr 26th, 2017

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  There comes a time in all our lives when we or a loved one is looking to downsize, move to a warmer climate, or enter assisted living. Do you know all your different retirement options? As your RE/MAX Global Real Estate Specialist I can assist you. There are still numerous countries around the world where unspoiled natural beauty, secluded beaches, friendly people, and a relaxed way of life are waiting for you. And you don't have to spend a fortune to enjoy them. In... [read more]

The Perks & Pitfalls of Retirement Living & Investing Abroad

Wednesday Apr 26th, 2017

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  Are you thinking of retirement lifestyle abroad? Dwindling pension benefits are forcing many Canadians to rethink how they’ll spend their golden years, but that doesn’t necessarily mean giving up their dreams of a sun-soaked retirement. Some experts say that with proper planning, uprooting to an exotic locale can actually help cash-strapped seniors stretch their retirement dollars. Here are a few of the advantages & disadvantages to consider.  Most people... [read more]

Are You Financially Equipped For Retirement? Here's a Guideline to Get You Ready!!

Wednesday Apr 26th, 2017

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Start Saving Canadians spend an average of 20 years in retirement. If you’re not saving, it’s time to start.   Estimate Your Retirement Needs Experts estimate that you will need about 70% of your preretirement income – for lower income earners, the figure is 90% or more – just to maintain your current standard of living when you stop working.   Participate in a Workplace Retirement Savings Plan If your employer... [read more]

Here Are Some Great Ways for Staying Active in Retirement!

Wednesday Apr 26th, 2017

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You’ve dreamed of it all your life – retiring and having the freedom to follow your passion, whether it be volunteering, writing the next great novel, sleeping late or travelling the world. With people living longer these days, you have many years ahead of you to enjoy. That’s why it’s important to stay active during retirement. Here are five ways to stay active during your retirement years.    1. Join the Toronto... [read more]

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