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homeabout about jim yih contributors and authors in the news media quick facts start here resources quotes welcome to my video page! subscribe services financial education in the workplace professional speaker unconventional advisor store contact archives what is financial literacy? by: sarah milton - financial educationmoney is 80% behaviour, 20% head knowledge. it’s what you do, not what you know, that makes the difference.” - dave ramsey november is financial literacy month; that time of the year where the … [more] the balance between work and play by: jim yih - life balance, retirementi just read an interesting article by joe at retire by 40 on work hard, play hard.  in the article joe gives his personal definition of what it means to work hard, play hard and what the phrase means… [more] group benefits for millennials by: sean cooper - benefitsto say that millennials have a bad reputation in the media would be the understatement of the century. millennials have come to be known as the entitled generation that wants everything now, but isn?… [more] coping with becoming a widow or widower by: donna mccaw - retirementyou may have heard of chemo brain as patients struggle with memory and decision-making during and just after treatment for cancer.  not as many have heard of widow or widowers’ brain that results i… [more] how to stick with your financial goals by: sarah milton - personal finance“it is in your moments of decision that your destiny is shaped.” – tony robbins one of the hardest things about goal setting is getting started on the path to your goal. one of the next harde… [more] why own your home when you can rent? by: sarah milton - financial planning“a good home must be made not bought.” – joyce maynard we live in a society that places a great deal of importance on home ownership. owning a home is often seen as a hallmark of success; the… [more] ← older posts must readpopular postsretirementestateinvestingrecent comments must read rrsp online guide the ins and outs of resps principles of saving money calculate your net worth improving your financial health take control of your money ten ideas to a successful and happy retirement how much is enough for retirement? popular estate planning questions 5 essential things to know about your will five essential investment research tips principles of investing 5 timeless tips for investing your rrsps three biggest mistakes investors make 6 perspectives on why retirees need to be more conservative with their portfolios popular posts retirement does retirement pornography work? great ideas to help your retirement plan do you have a bad case of retirement anxiety? is there such a thing as enough in retirement planning? what is a safe withdrawal rate? 6 perspectives on why retirees need to be more conservative with their portfolios a happy retirement is not out of the question where will your retirement income come from? how much will you spend in retirement? the changing face of retirement building a retirement vision common misconceptions of retirement ten ideas to successful and happy retirement how much will i need for retirement? retirement is about more than just money estate rrsp and rrif tax traps popular estate planning questions duties of an executor – an executor’s checklist choosing the right executor for your estate smart tips for estate planning misconceptions of estate planning six unconventional estate planning tips designating beneficiaries for rrsps and rrifs common fears of estate planning everyone has a legacy remember the four key components of an estate plan 12 consequences if you die without a will what is estate planning? charitable giving using life insurance charitable gifting investing revisiting the core and explore strategy buy and hold does not mean ignore snapshot performance: what do your investments look like today? bad investment research is useless mutual fund fees do matter is it possible to predict movements in the stock market? stages of investing rrsps advantages of self-directed rrsps buy and hold does not always work take control of what you can control in investing what’s your sell discipline? three p’s of investing building the perfect investment more on the art and science of re-balancing is investing emotional or logical? recent commentsann c on 7 habits of wealthy canadiansdoug runchey on how receiving a partial oas pension affects gis amountsdoug runchey on minimizing old age security clawbackclaude mayrand on the balance between work and playray i k on minimizing old age security clawbackdoug runchey on how to get your cpp earlycatherine chen on child rearing drop out – parents can get more out of cpphelen on how to get your cpp earlyforher on use caution before putting your kids on title of your principal residenceglen reid on how much will the government pay you?doug runchey on case study: cpp credit splitdoug runchey on understanding cpp survivor benefitsdoug runchey on child rearing drop out – parents can get more out of cppdoug runchey on understanding the oas clawbackdoug runchey on minimizing old age security clawback copyright © 2016 retire happyview full site


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