You’ve shared a life and your finances with a partner but now your relationship is over. Following these five ideas may keep you from ending up with empty pockets as well as an empty heart.
Many of us dream of owning a vacation property one day. But even before finding a real estate agent, perhaps it could be wise to call a financial advisor.
Cottage season is upon us. One thought that may be on your mind this summer is how you will eventually pass the family cottage down to your children. Anthony Okolie speaks with Nicole Ewing, Director, Tax and Estate Planning, TD Wealth, about different approaches and tax implications to keep in mind.
Whether through luck or longevity, many Canadians nearing retirement are living in homes that may be worth double what they paid for them ten or twenty years ago. Even with recent dips in the market, these paper millionaires may be asking themselves: Should I stay or should I go?
You may not work, live or spend much time in the United States, but if you think that means you’re not subject to U.S. taxes, you could be in for an identity crisis.