The race to deal with dementia in Canada

January 18, 2023 |Leanne Kaufman

Can Canada, with its aging population, keep up as the world works to tackle dementia? We explore the findings of CanAge's 2022 Dementia in Canada report.

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Rethinking insurance in your estate planning

January 05, 2023 |Leanne Kaufman

How insurance can be used as a proactive, planning tool to preserve and enhance the wealth we leave behind

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Contentious estates

December 22, 2022 |Leanne Kaufman

Learn what can happen to your executor and beneficiaries when settling an estate goes wrong

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Are trusts dead?

December 07, 2022 |Leanne Kaufman

Learn what a trust is and three reasons to consider them as part of your estate planning

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What is probate and can it be avoided?

November 23, 2022 |Leanne Kaufman

Learn how you can avoid probate of your Will to benefit your beneficiaries and executors

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I'm in my 20s—do I need a Will?

November 15, 2022 |Tony Maiorino, Vice President and Director – Head, RBC Family Office Services

As a young adult, having a valid Will and power of attorney may seem like something you only need to pay attention to later in life. Find out why these plans are important, whether you're 25 or 85.

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Planning for life beyond 100

November 09, 2022 |Leanne Kaufman

Maintaining financial security up to age 100 requires long-term planning for health care and living costs.

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Three myths about estate planning

October 27, 2022 |RBC Royal Trust

Why Canadians need to update their Wills, executor and power of attorney.

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Why your art collection should be part of your estate planning

October 12, 2022 |RBC Wealth Management

Art collections are an emotionally charged part of your estate. Here's how to prepare for a smooth transfer to the next generation.

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Why you must have a Will, no matter the size of your estate

October 07, 2022 |The Globe and Mail

Challenges for the surviving family and friends of a person who dies without a will can reach ordinary people - not just celebrities - and those issues can extend beyond questions of who gets the funds.

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