Financial Planning: Nine Key Areas of Focus

Aug 19, 2021 |NICHOLAS GILL
There are many important aspects to consider in organizing your financial picture. Please click here to read more about key areas to focus on when it comes to financial planning.
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2021 Federal Budget

May 26, 2021 |Julie Friberg
Chrystia Freeland made history with the recently released 2021 Federal Budget - the first from a female finance minister, the first delivered in a near-empty House of Commons and the first to officially put Canada’s debt into the trillionsphere. To read...
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Vaccine progress brightens outlook for provincial economies

Mar 10, 2021 |Nick Gill
While pandemic uncertainty will take a while longer to clear, the economic picture has brightened materially since our last Provincial Outlook report. The recovery across Canada has been stronger than we expected despite the ferociousness of the second...
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Canadians to Borrow & Spend More in 2021

Feb 24, 2021 |Nick Gill
Canadians to borrow and spend more in 2021 But debt-wise, they may be less vulnerable than they were pre-COVID Mortgage debt has surged, but lower rates and higher incomes have made debt servicing more manageable Canadians’ mix of debt is slightly less...
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Deducting home office expenses for 2020

Jan 21, 2021 |Nick Gill
Millions of Canadians unexpectedly had to start working from home due to the COVID-19 pandemic. In response, the government announced plans in their Fall Economic Statement to simplify the process for deducting home office expenses. On December 15, 2020...
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Handy Financial Planning Facts for 2021

Jan 15, 2021 |Julie Friberg
Happy new year from Gill Wealth Management! Please find a few financial planning numbers we thought you might be interested in viewing. Click here to read more. As always, if you ever have questions regarding planning and savings, please call us to discuss...
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Portfolio Advisor Newsletter - Summer 2020

Jul 17, 2020 |Nick Gill

As countries ease lockdown measures, the most prominent risk now is that the virus regains traction and forces economies into a second closure, as evidenced by the recent resurgence in the U.S.

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Unfriendly trade winds? Putting the selloff in perspective

Aug 08, 2019 |Nick Gill
Markets swooned worldwide amid a reignition of U.S.-China trade tensions and a sinking Chinese yuan. While the selloff was jarring, some perspective is in order. To read more click here
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2019 Federal Budget

Mar 28, 2019 |Julie Friberg
The Liberal government tabled its pre-election budget on March 19, 2019. The budget announced spending initiatives with a special focus on housing, skills for a changing job market, targeted measures for seniors, new support for zero-emission vehicles...
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