Life Events

Given the average age for marriage in Canada is 30.7 years, it is reasonable to infer that most newlyweds have been working, establishing themselves, and perhaps living together in a common-law relationship before their wedding day. Whether you’ve been together for years or just starting out, it’s never too late to merge your finances.

Entering a second marriage or common-law relationship is an exciting new chapter in life. You need to be open from the beginning to secure your financial future together. Approximately 26% of Canadians find themselves in a second marriage or common-law relationship; these relationships typically come with additional financial considerations.

We want to help you retire comfortably when you're ready. Here are some important things to keep in mind when planning for your retirement. 

Deciding how to deal with an inherited estate when a parent dies can be stressful and complicated. We’re here to help make sense of it all.

Becoming separated or divorced can significantly impact your personal finances. A little guidance and effort can help you get a place of your own.

Adjusting to life as an empty nester is a great time to readjust your finances and make your money work better for you.