News and resources for Canada's top financial advisors
At current rates, population would double in 25 years
By James Langton | September 27, 2023
1 min read
A high cost of living makes it hard for many to get started
By Maddie Johnson | February 11, 2020
2 min read
If your clients are renters, they’re more likely to be over-stretched financially to keep a roof over their heads. That’s because almost 40% of renters captured in the 2016 census spent more than 30% of their average monthly income on housing, finds StatsCan. That figure is largely unchanged from 2011 and more than double the […]
By Staff, with files from The Canadian Press | October 25, 2017
4 min read
Industry changes call for advisors to help clients meet life objectives through value and convenience
By Staff, with files from The Canadian Press | May 3, 2017
Nearly half of homeowners would be ill-prepared for a personal financial dilemma.
By Staff, with files from The Canadian Press | November 24, 2016
3 min read
One thing I find strange about market corrections is how nobody seems to see them coming.
By Philip Porado | August 24, 2015
Highlights from the latest industry letter from IIAC president and CEO, Ian Russell.
By Staff | May 12, 2015
Only 39% of Canada's baby boomers agree retirement planning should begin when people enter the workforce.
By Staff | June 16, 2014
Canadian seniors are more likely than other age groups to give themselves a high mark for overall financial knowledge, shows BMO Financial Group’s third annual financial literacy report.
By Staff | February 3, 2014
Nearly 44 million Americans go without health insurance, according to the latest set of statistics from the Centers for Disease Control in Atlanta. Think about that. A group of U.S. residents that exceeds the population of Canada by 11 million walks around every day without health coverage.
By Philip Porado | December 18, 2013