Retirement Perspectives

I’m not near “retirement age” yet but I think about it often.  I suppose for individuals in their 50s and 60s, they are forced to think about retirement and how to fund it more often than they care to admit. …
Retirement Numbers and Rules

Retirement Numbers and Rules Professionals from all walks of life and sectors have a knack for making the simple, extremely complex. Same goes for the financial industry. Here are some examples about retirement numbers and rules to consider but at…
The greatest retirement asset you’ll ever have

The greatest retirement asset you’ll ever have The following is a guest post in collaboration with LSM insurance.  “The proper way to think about life insurance (and disability insurance, critical illness insurance, and even unemployment insurance) is a hedge for…
Retirement Right This Way

One of my favourite financial books is The Investor’s Manifesto by William Bernstein, talked about the attributes of a successful investor: They must possess an interest in the process, They need more than a bit of math horsepower, far beyond simple arithmetic…

What does financial freedom mean to me? Sounds simple enough…financial freedom…but what does that really mean? I think you’d be hard pressed to find anyone who doesn’t want it, but what is it, what does it look like or feel…