August 9, 2023

What is an Advanced Care Plan and Why Does Everyone Need One?

Nobody wants to spend a minute of their time thinking about an illness or emergency that may never happen. But during a decade as an ICU Registered Nurse, Carly Hickey saw first-hand how unprepared most people were for a debilitating illness, a sudden emergency, or death. She realized most Canadian families are caught off guard by medical emergencies and (un)expected death. Advance care planning is a process to help begin preparations and conversations while we are healthy so we don’t have to deal with these difficult transitions during a medical crisis. It’s better to be prepared than to make decisions under stress.

July 12, 2023

The Silent Worry and Being Prepared Financially for Aging

In Canada, more than 600 people a day turn 65, and almost half of these people will require long-term care. Most of us have nothing saved for that care or even a health crisis and this is the big silent worry. Your plan for affording care shouldn’t be “I hope I just die in my sleep.”   

Aging expert Neela White, guided us through what we should know surrounding the challenges of aging and demystify's some common assumptions, the largest being that the government will take care of us.

June 14, 2023

Understanding how your Will, Real Estate law and your Taxes play out on death

Do you know how and when your assets, such as your home or other properties transfer after death? In this seminar, Estate and Real Estate Lawyer Andrea Parliament outlines four methods of transferring assets on death and explain the tax implications of each.


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