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July’s Great Reads

July’s Great Reads

Summer is, as you know, a great time for reading. We hope you’ve been digging into our Summer Reading List and have found some gems. If you’re looking for some smaller bites, then we’ve got just the platter for you in this month’s top reads. We start with some really...

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June 2019 Update

June 2019 Update

You made it! You’re halfway through 2019, and by the time this newsletter reaches you, will have already experienced the longest day of the year. Your sunshine time is shrinking now - get out there and take advantage! After all those start-of-summer, Father’s Day, and...

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Spring’s 2019 Summer Reading List

Spring’s 2019 Summer Reading List

We love, love, love reading at Spring Plans. Immersing ourselves in data, research, and stories about people is how many of us spend our downtime. We vigorously wave our nerd flags, and each summer build our own individual reading lists to trundle through on our...

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June’s Great Reads

June’s Great Reads

There are a lot of reasons for people to feel a bit wary when it comes to the wide, wide world of personal finance. Whether it’s the quality of advice you receive, the level of precision required for RESP contribution strategies, or what you’re supposed to do with...

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Values

Values

At the end of January, a few members of our team got together in Port Moody, BC (thanks for the hospitality, Kathryn!) and spent several days working with Pam Schmidt, our facilitator, to really dig into our Mission, Vision, Values, and Purpose. Since we live in an...

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May’s Great Reads

May’s Great Reads

If you like the idea of rental income, you may like the idea of dividend income – but is it really better than taking capital gains? Dirk Cotton takes you through the economic theory, behaviour, and history of these two strategies. In “Get More From Your Financial...

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April 2019 Update

April 2019 Update

Don’t you just LOVE tax season? No? You’re not alone. Really, Sandi is the only person who loves tax season. It’s one of the many reasons we keep her around. Someone has to like it. In fact, she likes it so much that she’s been volunteering in her community tax...

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