Planning for Longevity – Keisha Blair Featured in the New York Times

Call it the longevity revolution: Americans today aren’t just living somewhat longer than previous generations; the average person can expect to live nearly 30 years more than someone born in 1900—almost to age 80—and many people are living longer than that. While a longer life offers a wealth of opportunities—from pursuing new interests to embracing

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How the Freelance Economy Will Give Rise to New Financial Services in 2017

2017 will continue the rise and dominance of fintech – often hailed as “the latest darling of venture communities worldwide”. In 2016, global investment in fintech companies hit an estimated $15 billion by Mid-August 2016. According to the Price Waterhouse Coopers Global Fintech Survey 2016, in the next 3-5 years, cumulative investments in fintech globally

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6 Debt Busting Strategies for 2017

Canadians have a love affair with cheap – affordable debt. According to Statistics Canada, in December 2016, total household credit-market debt reached $2.004-trillion, with $1.31-trillion in mortgages and $590-billion in credit cards, car loans and other personal loans. Household credit-market debt, which includes mortgage loans and consumer credit, increased 1.3 per cent in the third

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