Archive for July, 2015

Oil, On the Rebound?

Due to the volatility in oil prices, including a fall to a remarkable low earlier this year, there has been much debate over when prices will rebound and how…

Pay Down Debt?
Or Invest?

If you are the ‘average’ young professional these days, you are entering the workforce with approximately $25 000 of student debt, and you may have additional credit card debt…

Take Advantage of
Low Interest Rates

Interest rates have been low for the past few years, which can be frustrating for smart savers looking to invest wisely and save for retirement. In order to make…

5 Biggest Financial Mistakes
of your 20’s and 30’s

  Your 20’s and 30’s are an exciting time. You’re out of school, moving into your own place, settling into a job, and finally making some real money. However,…

Do I Really Need
Life Insurance?

When it comes to the decision of when and whether to buy life insurance, there are many different items to consider: What is your current financial situation? Do you…

The Most Successful Investors in History

Reading the financial news each day, you’ll come across a ton of ‘experts’ claiming now is the time to buy, or sell.  Sometimes it’s a good time to just…

Dear Terry,
What estate advice can I give to my retiring parents?

My parents are about to enter retirement, and we have been encouraging them to update their wills and other estate planning. Do you have any advice we can pass…

Should I Ride the Housing Wave and SELL ?

The real estate market in Vancouver is making many gains right now, and almost every day housing-related headlines make the news. According to the Canada Mortgage and Housing Corporation,…

How Much Money is
Enough Money?

How much do I need to save? This is such a simple question, but it is seven little words with so much meaning. And while the answer is very…