60% of Quebeckers say they have a budget, and 43% of them follow it to the cent. That’s a great start, but it’s not enough. To meet the challenges of personal finance, there’s nothing like a solid plan and some motivating goals.

Approaching retirement, wondering if your income will sufficient to maintain your quality of life as you approach retirement? Rest easy knowing there is still time to increase your retirement income. Here's how.


Among the wide array of investment vehicles available to investors, many financial planners favor the Registered Education Savings Plan (RESP), aimed at funding the post-secondary studies of a child, because grants paid by the government for these plans are the most interesting.

If you’re ready to purchase your first home but you need a bit more money for the down payment, the Home Buyers’ Plan (HBP) allows you to withdraw money from your RRSP to finance the purchase of your first home.

The beginning of adulthood is a critical period to ensure a prosperous future for yourself. If you act wisely early on, you can reap a lot later on.

When you invest in a home, it’s tempting to look for a neighbourhood where property values are likely to make a jump in the coming years. How can you evaluate the potential of an emerging area?