Joelle Hall

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As the leaves turn and pumpkin flavour becomes ubiquitous, thoughts turn to the fall season and harvesting.
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With the introduction of the tax on split income (TOSI) rules in 2018, the government effectively ended many of the methods that Canadians – and business owners in particular – used to split income
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Insurance is often thought of as a necessary evil.
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Many Baby Boomers are looking for ways to pass along their wealth to the next generation.
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An alphabet soup There are so many acronyms and variables in investing and financial planning, it can be a challenge to keep it all straight.
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Rolling the dice What is a reasonable expected return from your portfolio?
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Having hit record highs this year, breaking the US$2,000 per ounce mark, gold is drawing a lot of attention and sparking questions from the average investor as to whether they should have gold in t
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Buridan’s Mule is an illustration of the challenge that free choice poses. A mule is stationed at an equal distance from both a pail of water and stack of hay.
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The markets dropped more than 30 per cent in March as uncertainty about the health and economic impact around COVID-19 peaked and before the economic support programs were flushed out.
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While the basics of good financial planning are the same for both sexes, women face particular lifestyle and economic issues that require special consideration.