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Maximizing Your RESP Investments

| November 12, 2018 | 11 Comments
Maximizing Your RESP Investments

Maximizing Your RESP Investments Parents regularly worry about their children’s future. Those concerns naturally include their children’s education and, more specifically, how to best save for their post-secondary education. The consistently rising cost of education across universities in Canada sometimes makes saving for education seems like an uphill battle. However, there are tools that can […]

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Saving to Make Your Child’s ‘Someday’ a Reality! #RESPwithRBC

| September 2, 2015 | 2 Comments
Saving to Make Your Child’s ‘Someday’ a Reality! #RESPwithRBC

Parents are always looking out for their children, no matter how old they are. A post-secondary education is a dream that I have for my children’s future. It is great to have dreams, but how, as a parent do I go about making these dreams, like college or university, a reality? I know one way […]

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Choosing the Right Registered Education Savings Plans for Your Child

| December 4, 2013 | 6 Comments
Choosing the Right Registered Education Savings Plans for Your Child

Choosing the Right Registered Education Savings Plans for Your Child When my daughter was 4 months old, we started looking at our options to choose the right type of Registered Education Savings Plans for her. Anyone can pretty much open an RESP for a child. It can be the parents, grandparents, other family members, and friends of the child. […]

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Off to College – Get the Most from that RESP

| September 19, 2013 | 0 Comments
Off to College – Get the Most from that RESP

Off to College – Get the Most from that RESP It’s just around the corner – the big day when your child or grandchild heads off to college or university for year one of their next great educational adventure. You’ve prudently planned for this day by regularly contributing to investments held within a Registered Education […]

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Heading Back to the Boardroom

| September 19, 2013 | 0 Comments
Heading Back to the Boardroom

Three years ago, while at the top of my game, I walked into my boss’ office and resigned. Just like that. People thought I was crazy. I’m sure they thought I was having some sort of crisis. I wasn’t. I have spent the last three years being there for my family, my community and, in […]

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