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Don’t Let Your Retirement Income Planning Leave You Coming Up Short

Don’t Let Your Retirement Income Planning Leave You Coming Up Short

According to a Manulife Homeowner Debt Survey, only 4 in 10 Canadians feel confident they will have saved enough for retirement. While it may be important to you to have retirement plans in place, do you really know how likely […]

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Have You Heard Of These Tips for Avoiding Online Fraud?

Have You Heard Of These Tips for Avoiding Online Fraud?

Most of us would do anything to protect the items we carry in our wallet. Our identification, cash, important cards, and anything else that may be at risk while we are out and about are considered our most valuable assets. […]

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Independence: An Asset Setting BlueRock Advisors Apart from Banks

Independence: An Asset Setting BlueRock Advisors Apart from Banks

MESSAGE FROM BLUEROCK’S MANAGEMENT TEAM You may have heard that some employees at Canada’s largest banks have reported that high-pressure tactics may have been used to ensure they meet their sales targets. According to several articles, bank employees have complained […]

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Financial Planning in Collingwood, Ontario

Are Wedding Plans Part of Your Financial Plan?

There’s going to be a wedding! In the midst of all the congratulations, the thought of how much it is going to cost crosses your mind. Will you be able to afford everything that will make this day so special? […]

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Retirement Planning

Does Your Retirement Planning Include More Work?

It’s no secret that adults are living longer and are able to stay in the workforce longer as a result. While this has some positive and negative effects, the reality is that, as you near retirement age, you may be […]

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Personal Finance in Collingwood, Ontario

Should Personal Finance Be Taught In Canadian Schools?

In a recent survey conducted by Tangerine Bank, it was reported that only 50% of Canadians feel knowledgeable about personal finance. The remaining 50% noted that they only know enough to get by or have limited knowledge of personal finance […]

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