H&M Financial Blog
In an effort to continue our due diligence and dig deeper into the holdings we use in client portfolios; we actually like to get to know the high quality companies we invest assets in for our clients. We scrutinize the investments that the asset managers select in the investment pools, ensuring our interests are aligned. This is an example of […]
By: Jamie Golombek, CPA,CA,CFP,CLU,TEP| March 22,2016
Reposted with permission Renaissance Investments
The March 22, 2016 federal budget (“Budget 2016”) included a number of tax measures that will impact Canadian taxpayers. This report, which was prepared from within the budget lock-up in Ottawa, will focus on the tax measures that are of most interest to individuals and small business owners. To review the full […]
Homebuyers must now put at least 10% down on the portion of a home that costs more than $500,000
By Alexandra Posadzki | February 16, 2016 07:30
Source: The Canadian Press -Investment Executive
Canadians looking to buy homes between $500,000 and $1 million will have to put down larger down payments as new federal rules took effect Monday.
Under the changes, homebuyers must […]
Reprinted with permission: Hein Moes Mortgage Consultant 250.480.0646 website: http://www.heinmoesmortgages.com/ – Invis Canada’s Mortgage Experts
On February 15, 2016, minimum downpayment rules are changing in Canada – for homes worth more than $500,000. The change is straightforward: for any portion of the house price over $500,000, buyers will need to provide 10% downpayment for an insured mortgage. The minimum downpayment for […]
The following post is courtesy of Brian Kieran at www.betterthan50.com
More than 75 per cent of Hatch & Muir clients are 55 and older. Senior partner Robin Muir, a 30-year financial management veteran, says there’s a reason for that. “These folks know we’re going to be there for them with continuity and a personalized approach to managing their retirement security,” he tells Betterthan50.com.
Seniors cross […]