11 Posts in Helpful Guides
- How to Have a Stress Free Estate Sale
Guest post by MaxSold Settling an estate can be a stressful endeavour—but it doesn’t have to be. Among the list of executor responsibilities , selling the remaining possessions of the testator (the author of the will) can be a very time-consuming task. MaxSold is on a mission to relieve…
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- How Legacy Giving Helped Create SickKids Research Institute
In honour of Leave a Legacy Month we're featuring stories from our charity partners about the impact of legacy giving. If you use Willful to complete your will in May, a portion of the sale will be donated to SickKids, Save The Children and North York General Hospital. This story is from…
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- Financial Planning 101: Life should only get better
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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- What happens to my credit card points after I die?
Guest Post from 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…
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- What happens to my debt when I die?
Guest Post by Craig Sebastiano from Ratehub.ca Death happens. Before planning your will, you’ll likely spend a lot of time trying to decide what happens to your assets after you’re gone. But, what happens to your mortgage and other forms of debt when you die? Debt after death The good…
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