Auteur d’une chronique mensuelle très populaire sur la planification de la retraite, la gestion des placements et les solutions intégrées de gestion de patrimoine dans The Montreal Gazette, John Archer se classe comme l’un des meilleurs spécialistes de la planification de la retraite au pays. Il exerce aussi des activités dans le tout nouveau domaine de la planification des dons.

Derniers articles (en anglais seulement) :

Understanding the ins and outs of RRIFS and LIFs, October 28, 2016
Prospect of negative rates forces investors to consider options, July 29, 2016
Selling business assets now may result in big tax savings, June 17, 2016
Punitive changes coming soon to life annuities, March 10, 2016
Government pensions: What to expect and when, January 8, 2016
Everything you wanted to know about tax loss selling, September 15, 2015
Some insurers revisiting segregated funds, July 9, 2015
A two-step charitable donation strategy to maximize tax credits, April 20, 2015
House windfall requires investment planning, March 30, 2015
Personal Finance: What to do with old share certificates, March 9, 2015
Without a will, the Civil Code decides the estates of Quebecers, December 1, 2014
Mandates: making the best of a sad situation, October 20, 2014
Long-term care insurance for seniors is worth considering, September 1, 2014
Annuities address retirement income longevity concerns, July 8, 2014
A life insurance policy is one way to leverage investment income for maximum estate benefits, March 31, 2014
Give like Rockefeller;Save like Scrooge, November 25, 2013
Step back and assess your debt load, May 13, 2013
Documenting collections saves estate headaches, March 25, 2013
Life after work can be emotionally draining, August 21, 2012
Few options on tap to divide estate in non-traditional family, July 14, 2012
How to keep those cottage memories good ones, June 9, 2012

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