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Scanning Code of Practice (SCOP) In Canada...Did You Know

One of the busiest posts on CBB today As you are shopping this Holiday Season and all-year long keep the Scanning Code of Practice in mind. Note: Only select stores apply SCOP> It is not a law.

Cookbook Corner: Flapper Sky and a Blue Prairie Sky by Karlynn Johnston | Food Bloggers of Canada

Flapper Pie

Flapper Pie and a Blue Prairie Sky: A Modern Baker's Guide to Old-Fashioned Desserts cookbook by Karlynn Johnston.

In January 2017 investors will have their first look at the fees paid to advisers and investment firms. In this video, Preet Banerjee looks at what will and will not be included.

New fee disclosure rules won't show all of the costs investors pay

In January 2017 investors will have their first look at the fees paid to advisers and investment firms. In this video, Preet Banerjee looks at what will and will not be included.

In January 2017 investors will have their first look at the fees paid to advisers and investment firms. In this video, Preet Banerjee looks at what will and will not be included.

New fee disclosure rules won't show all of the costs investors pay

In January 2017 investors will have their first look at the fees paid to advisers and investment firms. In this video, Preet Banerjee looks at what will and will not be included.

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rrsp 2.0

rrsp 2.0

Markets don't just go up, but knowing the moment when they will suddenly drop is not so easy.

How to prepare for a stock market meltdown: Don Pittis

The case for federal personal income tax reform in Canada | Fraser Institute

The case for federal personal income tax reform in Canada | Fraser Institute

New rules which came into earlier effect this month require certain fees charged by the investment industry to be spelled out more clearly to clients — but other charges remain hidden.

New investment rules fail to reveal some hidden fees

Private equity firms' dry powder is hitting a record high, and it is going to benefit these Wall Street firms.

The four reasons that retirement is costing Canadians more than ever | Financial Post

But despite soaring prices for some popular items at the grocery store, the broader cost of living is not the prime culprit

For individuals who have the luxury of being able to save for the future in both registered and non-registered accounts, it might be more tax advantageous to try and keep investments that provide capital gains and/or dividends outside of RRSPs. (Getty Images/iStockphoto)

What not to put in your RRSP

For individuals who have the luxury of being able to save for the future in both registered and non-registered accounts, it might be more tax advantageous to try and keep investments that provide capital gains and/or dividends outside of RRSPs. (Getty Images/iStockphoto)

The CPP contains some quirky rules that can be detrimental to your financial security, or that of your spouse if he or she survives you. The federal government can and probably should do something to fix them. If you haven’t heard about them before, it is because some of these rules are rather obscure. (TonyIaniro/Getty Images/iStockphoto)

Is the Canada Pension Plan fair? Hardly

The CPP contains some quirky rules that can be detrimental to your financial security, or that of your spouse if he or she survives you. The federal government can and probably should do something to fix them. If you haven’t heard about them before, it is because some of these rules are rather obscure. (TonyIaniro/Getty Images/iStockphoto)

Disclosure vs. maximizing profit: Homeowner hit with extra $10K penalty for ending mortgage early  - Business - CBC News

'Key piece of information' missing from mortgage documents costs homeowner extra $10K

A Toronto man is warning people to take a close look at the penalties they'll face for breaking a mortgage before they lock in.

Why you should try to step up your TFSA contributions - The Globe and Mail

Why you should try to step up your TFSA contributions

Why you should try to step up your TFSA contributions - The Globe and Mail

Adam Hennick says that clients should ask for more transparency when dealing with financial planning professionals

Ask your advisor: ‘What’s in your RRSP?’

Adam Hennick says that clients should ask for more transparency when dealing with financial planning professionals

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