Financial advisor Jennifer Black looks at what you need in order to retire as soon as possible.
Financial advisor Jennifer Black examines options such as paying down debt to save more in the future.
Financial advisor Jennifer Black looks at how best to protect your family with retirement savings.
Financial advisor Jennifer Black explores some guaranteed investment products that can help your retirement income stream.
Financial advisor Jennifer Black discusses how much you should be saving to ensure a comfortable retirement into your 90's.
Financial advisor Jennifer Black discusses the possibility of avoiding volatile investing like mutual funds and stock markets when saving for retirement.
Financial advisor Jennifer Black talks about how to save in order to get to your own "magic number".
Financial advisor Jennifer Black weighs in on fee-based advisors, and why you might consider one to help plan your retirement.
Financial advisor Jennifer Black answers a recent retiree looking for long-term investment options.
Financial software for business does more than just simplify management processes - it's a powerful aid to decision-making, says Jeff Cates, managing director at Intuit Canada. http://www.theglobeandmail.com/globe-investor/personal-finance/financial-road-map/advmanulife/advmanulifearchives/for-a-better-business-brain/article4217395/
The tax-free savings account (TFSA) is an excellent way to save for the long term or for important purchases like a house, but is not widely understood, says Bob Tillmann, Vice-President of Marketing and Business Strategy, Manulife Investments. http://www.theglobeandmail.com/globe-investor/personal-finance/financial-road-map/advmanulife/advmanulifearchives/a-tax-free-flexible-way-to-save/article4217657/
Online financial planning and investing tools create new opportunities to save for retirement, but most people still need an advisor to help them develop, and stick with, a plan. http://www.theglobeandmail.com/globe-investor/personal-finance/financial-road-map/advmanulife/advmanulifearchives/technology-and-emotion/article4217676/
Competing for talent with large companies is one of many challenges faced by small businesses, but new resources are available to meet those challenges, says Susan Cranston, Assistant Vice-President of Group Small Business Marketing and Advisor Services for Manulife Financial. http://www.theglobeandmail.com/globe-investor/personal-finance/financial-road-map/advmanulife/advmanulifearchives/how-small-business-can-win-the-competition-for-talent/article4217780/
Young people raising families should start early to save for retirement, as the obligation will fall increasingly on individuals to look after themselves when they retire, says Bob Tillmann, Vice-President of Marketing and Business Strategy, Manulife Investments. http://www.theglobeandmail.com/globe-investor/personal-finance/financial-road-map/advmanulife/advmanulifearchives/the-habit-of-saving-starts-early/article4217777/
Canadians' ability to earn income is usually their biggest asset, more valuable even than their home or other investments, and that asset is at greater risk than many realize, through death, disability and illness. http://www.theglobeandmail.com/globe-investor/personal-finance/financial-road-map/advmanulife/advmanulifearchives/your-biggest-asset-you/article4217512/
Few Canadians have comprehensive individual insurance that protects their families in the event of an early death, disability or critical illness, says Steven Parker, Assistant Vice-President, Product and Marketing, Individual Insurance, Manulife Financial. http://www.theglobeandmail.com/globe-investor/personal-finance/financial-road-map/advmanulife/advmanulifearchives/complete-protection-for-families/article4217776/
Snowbirds need to know the rules of their roost. http://www.theglobeandmail.com/globe-investor/personal-finance/financial-road-map/advmanulife/advmanulifearchives/what-snowbirds-should-know/article4217648/
Canadian homeowners are not putting their minds to reducing their levels of debt, even though most say they aspire to being debt-free, according to a consumer debt survey conducted by Manulife Bank. http://www.theglobeandmail.com/globe-investor/personal-finance/financial-road-map/advmanulife/advmanulifearchives/canadians-dont-face-up-to-debt/article4217774/
With interest rates at historic low levels, and equity markets especially volatile, how are individuals to build a portfolio that will allow for restful nights and a healthy nest egg for retirement? http://www.theglobeandmail.com/globe-investor/personal-finance/financial-road-map/advmanulife/advmanulifearchives/a-portfolio-for-volatile-times/article4217654/