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your legacy in retirement

Leaving a Legacy

You’ve invested a lot of your time on your retirement plan, and all that planning has paid off. You’re confident you’ll have a solid income for your retirement. In fact, it looks like you actually have some extra income or savings right now that you won’t actually need for your retirement. The question is, how […]

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Be aware of the types of abuse that can affect older Canadians

World Elder Abuse Awareness Day

Seniors make up the fastest growing demographic in Canada. With greater numbers than ever reaching their golden years, it’s more important than ever to be aware of the types of abuse that can affect older Canadians. On June 15, we recognize this important issue with World Elder Abuse Awareness Day (WEAAD). Elder abuse can take […]

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Defined Benefit Plan vs. Life Income Fund what is right for you?

Should I stay or should I go? The Pension Puzzle.

Article written by Robert Rusak, Wealth advisor with Assiniboine Credit Union and Credential Asset Management Inc. You’ve worked hard over the past number of years. You’ve paid into the company pension and there’s some real value there waiting for you. And if you’re lucky enough, your pension is a defined benefits plan. But what if […]

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Once you decide to retire, who needs a strategy? Assiniboine Financial Group can help

Retirement Drawdown Strategies

Once you decide to retire, who needs a strategy? It should be pretty simple. You retire, you receive your government pensions, your company pension (if you have one), and simply start taking money from your savings to support your lifestyle, right? If only it were so easy! Thankfully, getting what you want out of retirement […]

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Stay Safe From Online Fraud: Top Tips on How to Protect Yourself & Your Accounts

Stay Safe From Online Fraud: Top Tips on How to Protect Yourself & Your Accounts

Email Offers Never reply to a spam email, even to unsubscribe Often, this just serves to “verify” your address to scammers. The best course of action is to delete any suspicious emails without opening them. Turn off the “viewing pane” Just viewing the email may send a verification notice to the sender that yours is […]

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