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TruFinancial Consultants devotes to meet clients' health care needs

on Thu, 12/17/2015 - 01:15

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Markham, Ontario, December 16, 2015 — Markham-based financial and health care consulting firm TruFinancial Consultants focuses on ensuring elder clients’ physical, emotional, social and financial well-being by helping them to navigate the health care system in Ontario.

Health care represents a significate portion of the provincial budget. TruFinancial Consultants is familiar with Ontario’s health care system and personal care solutions, thus able to direct clients to the right resources once their doctors had indicated they need support for medical/health care.

The economic impact of aging workforce

on Thu, 10/08/2015 - 23:19

In the next 2 decades, we will have a very different family structure in our society. We will have more and more seniors and our working environment will be very different.

Dr. Patrik Marier, Professor and Canada Research Chair in Comparative Public Policy, Department of Political Science of Concordia University concludes at the Retirement Investment Summit Canada 20151 that: Aging population has “multifaceted consequences” 2. One of the consequences must be the impact and the complexity of workforce together with the economic effects…

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When is the best time to kick in my CPP?

on Sun, 01/05/2014 - 13:15
I have been chatting with a lot more baby boomers in the last couple of years, as more clients refer their parents, aunties and uncles to me. A portion of them had already retired and some of them are approaching retirement age. One of the common mistakes I gathered from the seniors I talked to, is kicked in their CPP way too early. You might ask: what do you mean? Don't you start your CPP at age 65? Normally, yes. However, not too many people know that you can actually choose when to kick in your CPP.
 
Then, the next question arise: why do I want to delay in applying my CPP?