Go “e” for a tree in honour of Earth Day 2021

Go “e” for a tree in honour of Earth Day 2021

April 22, 2021 |RBC Dominion Securities Inc.

Switch from paper to electronic documents or explore new ways of banking online, and with our partner Tree Canada, we'll plant a tree in your honour.

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Looking to Help your Child Purchase a Home? Here are 4 Things to Consider

April 08, 2021 |Roundell Wealth Management Team
The temperature outside is not the only thing heating up, the Ottawa housing market continues to achieve new heights month over month without showing any signs of slowing down. According to the Ottawa Real Estate Board, the average residential house price...
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Cyber Security: Protecting Yourself in Uncertain Times

March 15, 2021 |Jenna Roundell

We are using the internet more than ever to connect with family, friends and professionals. It’s critical to ensure safety when it comes to what information we share, where we share it, where personal information is stored and how to protect it.

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May 1, 2020: Day of Rent Reckoning in Canada?

May 01, 2020 |By Robert Hogue

The COVID-19 pandemic has severely upset the livelihood of millions of Canadians and businesses.

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Student Aid: A relief program that can drive innovation, too

April 23, 2020 |Andrew Agopsowicz

The latest COVID-19 relief program will help more than a million students get through summer; engaging them in a struggling economy will remain a longer-term challenge

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Recession – To Be or Not to Be? And When?

September 03, 2019 |Roundell Clark Wealth Management
Recessions occur when economic output declines after a period of growth. They are a natural and necessary part of every business cycle. Attempting to predict the exact timing of recessions is impossible. The fact is the U.S. economy has only been in recession...
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Saving Taxes on Investment Income

April 01, 2019 |Melissa Clark & Mark Roundell

It’s that time of year when we are all thinking about taxes. There are three forms of investment income in Canada: interest, dividends and capital gains. Each type of income taxed differently. It's important to understand the difference.

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Everything Comes Back to Your Financial Plan

May 04, 2018 |Mark Roundell

Why do we always ask you the same questions when we meet or talk on the phone for that matter? “Has anything changed in your life or do you expect any changes in the coming months?”

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Protecting Your Family with Critical Illness Insurance

March 28, 2018 |Melissa Clark & Mark Roundell

A life-threatening disease or disorder can dramatically change the quality of life you and your family enjoy today. The tax-free benefit of a critical illness policy will help you return to the quality of life you expect and deserve.

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Passive Investment Income in a Private Corporation

March 28, 2018 |Jenna Roundell

Update for business owners on how federal budget 2018 changes the rules on passive investment income in a private corporation.

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