What Happens To My Credit Card Points After I Die?

By Jordan Lavin for Ratehub.ca The ability to earn points is one of the main draws of getting a credit card. If you pay off your balance each and every month, you can earn points worth far more than any annual fees just for making the purchases you would have made anyway. Canadians love loyalty […]

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Financial planning 101: Life should only get better

Guest Post from our friends at Planswell. Nothing lasts forever, so getting your Will in order is always a good idea. But between now and that fateful day, we believe the lifestyle you enjoy should stay the same, or even steadily improve. That’s what financial planning is for. Unfortunately, a lifestyle decline is actually more […]

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How to choose a power of attorney

by Sean Cooper.   If you read last week’s article on “what is a power of attorney and why do I need one?,” you should already be familiar with the importance of appointing a power of attorney. In Ontario without a signed power of attorney, if no one suitable can be found the Public Guardian […]

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What is a power of attorney and why do I need one?

by Sean Cooper.   A long weekend is the perfect time to relax, reflect and enjoy some quality time with family and friends. It’s also the ideal time to get caught up on the things we often neglect. One of those important things is a power of attorney. We’ve already covered why it’s important to […]

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How to choose an executor

by Sean Cooper.   One of the toughest estate planning decisions is who to choose as your executor. Choosing an executor isn’t a decision that should be taken lightly. Your executor has a lot of important decisions to make on your behalf when you’re no longer around. Many people simply choose their son or daughter […]

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5 Things you should do after creating your will

by Sean Cooper.   So, you finally got around to creating a will. Bravo! Give yourself a well-deserved pat on the back. You’re ahead of most Canadians. Over half of Canadians don’t have a will. When you pass away without a will, it can create all sort of complications and headaches for loved ones at […]

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What happens when you die without a will?

by Sean Cooper.   Writing a will is something many of us like to put off. We procrastinate about doing it for many reasons. Common excuses for putting off a creating a will include “I’m too busy in my daily life,” it’s a morbid topic and “I’m too young to worry about a will.” But […]

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5 questions to ask your partner about death

by Sean Cooper.   Valentine’s Day is fast approaching, and while death is one of the least romantic topics to discuss with your partner (right up there with signing a prenup), it’s also important since 56% of Canadian adults don’t have a will. So, how do you start the discussion about a will with your […]

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You’re Not Alone: 5 Common Excuses for Putting Off Creating a Will

  Do you not have a valid will? You’re not alone. Over 56% of Canadian adults don’t have a will, and online platform Willful has a goal to help with changing this unfortunate trend. Dying without a will needlessly complicates matters and causes loved ones stress at an already stressful time. Willful is a platform […]

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Top 5 Reasons You Need A Will

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How To Choose A legacy Contact And Memorialize A Facebook Account

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Press Release

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