On the death of your spouse or a loved one or friend you may find that you have been named as the Executor (or Executrix) of a Will. The Executor could also be a trusted friend or an advisor or even a trust company. If the deceased did not have a Will or the Will did not name an Executor then the Surrogate or Probate Court will have to be approached and the court will appoint an appropriate person as the representative. This person is called the Administrator and fulfills the same role as the Executor.
Whether you are planning for retirement, retiring soon or retired now, this webpage is designed to help you make a successful transition into retirement. Packed with tips, practical exercises and checklists, our goal is to help you prepare for your future with confidence at whatever stage you are at.
By Andrew Hallam, Special to The Globe and Mail. Published Friday, Dec. 27 2013, 8:30 PM EST
One of the things I’m most proud of this year is talking lots of kids in my high school personal finance class into opening investment accounts. The youngest was 14, the oldest 18.
Written on January 17, 2014 – 5:18 am | by Elaine Blades
I recently had the pleasure of participating in a national speaking tour – Living longer, living better – along with Patty Randall. The tour was hosted by HollisWealth to help celebrate its new identity.
Here’s the tax secret: Income layering of all your income sources in retirement can help you get a better after-tax result, and help you preserve your capital for the future, too.