Canadians are feeling the pinch, but planning ahead gives confidence and a sense of security TORONTO, November 15, 2022 /CNW/ – Fidelity Investments Canada ULC today released the Fidelity 2022 Retirement Report. Now in his 17e iteration, this year’s report presents Canadians’ perceptions of the main risks to financial securityRead More →

Most people don’t know how to accurately assess probabilities and assess risks in their financial planning. As a result, their financial plan is in danger of collapsing as soon as something goes wrong. Which means almost still is collapsing, because there are a million things going on in life thatRead More →

Executives need to plan carefully for their retirement, especially since their current expenses may be higher and they will need to save more to support their retirement lifestyle.Mirel Kipioro Executives can earn big paychecks that fund enviable lifestyles, with big homes, vacation properties and luxury vehicles, but visible wealth doesn’tRead More →

Under the law, pets are considered personal property. But to their owners, they often mean more than a couch or a chair – they’re best friends, companions, and even family. The estate planning process provides an opportunity to address ongoing pet care. “Unfortunately, this opportunity is often overlooked and aRead More →

By Mark Brown September 23, 2022 12:39 p.m. Windsor’s incumbent mayor has promised residents won’t see big property tax increases if voters give him a third term. Drew Dilkens rolled out the financial plank of his re-election platform on Friday, and he said it was done with inflation weighing heavilyRead More →

The freefincal robo advisory tool is now available on Google Sheets. You can use it to plan from start to finish for retirement (early, normal, before and after), one-time financial goals (kids education), and recurring financial goals (vacation, appliances, etc.). The tool would help anyone aged 18 to 80 planRead More →

By Lorilyn C. Lirio Olympia’s planning commission has begun its review of the city’s proposed budget for facilities and public resources that are part of Olympia’s 2023-2028 capital plan (CFP). The commission’s finance subcommittee met on Tuesday, August 30 to review nine sections of the PCP: parks, transportation, general facilities,Read More →

The Prime Minister’s Grassroots Funding Program is the cornerstone of economic initiatives for citizens. Whether it’s direct cash transfers, Corona funding, the Prime Minister’s Kisan scheme, wage increases under the Mahatma Gandhi National Rural Employment Guarantee Scheme, health insurance life and health insurance; the first step of all these schemes,Read More →

Governor Kathy Hochul today announced the release of the first quarterly update to the fiscal year 2023 enacted budget fiscal plan. changing economic outlook, an example of the Hochul administration’s continued fiscal discipline. “Like the rest of the country, New York State faces substantial headwinds with a changing national economy,Read More →

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New York State Comptroller Thomas P. DiNapoli released the following statement regarding the Metropolitan Transportation Authority’s July financial plan. “The MTA’s revised ridership projections underscore that it must somehow bridge a looming fiscal canyon of more than $2 billion a year and plan for long-term service challenges. The MTA’s JulyRead More →

State tax revenue totaled $34.4 billion in the first quarter of fiscal year 2022-23, exceeding the Budget Division’s Enacted Budget (DOB) fiscal plan forecast of $1.7 billion. dollars, according to the monthly state treasury report released by State Comptroller Thomas P. DiNapoli. “Revenue news from New York has been positiveRead More →

Editor’s note: Republished from the archives, the article was originally published on December 3, 2010. The editorial precedes the January 25, 2011 editorial “UC Berkeley’s endowment seat program does not match absolutely” by the same author. On November 27, 2010, the San Jose Mercury News reported on the last footballRead More →

PORT Stephens Council has released its long term financial plan for 2022-2032. The plan seeks to align the long-term aspirations and goals of the Community Strategic Plan with the Council’s financial capacity to achieve those ambitions. Advertise with Area News today. It’s worth it for your business. Contact us. PhoneRead More →

Many small businesses don’t have a comprehensive financial plan. Evidence shows that comprehensive financial plans are critical to the success and long-term growth of your business: a Palo Alto Software survey found that entrepreneurs who had developed a business plan for their business were more than twice more likely toRead More →

British Columbia’s stable and continued credit ratings show key stakeholders in the financial community are validating the province’s fiscal plan to invest in the services people need and build a strong, sustainable future for British Columbia Despite major world events that have increased inflationary pressures and spared no province orRead More →

A A comprehensive financial plan can ease a client’s mind and reduce anxiety about their short and long term finances. Studies show that people feel more secure when they have a documented holistic financial plan like The Bucket Plan® to fall back on. The solution to any individual’s economic puzzleRead More →

Parksville Council gave three readings of the city’s five-year financial plan bylaw at its May 2 regular meeting. The plan defines the financial requirements for municipal services to carry out operations and projects for the next half-decade. Without council approval, many municipal expenditures would be delayed or halted due toRead More →