Which Type of Life Insurance Do You Need?

Published by TopLine Financial Advisors on Apr 19, 2018

Which Type of Life Insurance Do You Need?   Choosing the right type of life insurance isn’t always easy and it’s not always something people want to talk about. However, having an estate planning conversation... Continue reading

4 Questions to Ask Your Financial Advisor

Published by TopLine Financial Advisors on Apr 06, 2018

4 Questions to Ask Your Financial Advisor   Did you know a financial advisor can help you live your best possible life within your personal budget? According to The Investment Funds Institute of Canada... Continue reading

The Cost of Summer Child Care

Published by TopLine Financial Advisors on Mar 26, 2018

The Cost of Summer Child Care With summer nearing, nearly half of Canadian parents are scrambling to enroll their children in summer camps and full-time childcare. According to Stats Canada, the average... Continue reading

4 Tips for a Relaxing Vacation

Published by TopLine Financial Advisors on Mar 01, 2018

4 Tips for a Relaxing Vacation It’s that time of year again. Canadians from all provinces and territories are packing their suitcases, escaping the cold grip of winter and heading to sunny destinations... Continue reading

Common Investment Myths – And How to Break Them

Published by TopLine Financial Advisors on Feb 01, 2018

Common Investment Myths – And How to Break Them Let’s talk about investment myths. Have you started investing yet? If the answer is yes, think about the last time you sat down with a financial advisor... Continue reading

3 Investment Tips for Millennials

Published by TopLine Financial Advisors on Jan 17, 2018

3 Investment Tips for Millennials Let’s be honest, investing isn’t always easy – at least it doesn’t always seem that way. With so many different options available on the market (from mutual funds to ... Continue reading

How to Stay On Track For Retirement

Published by Topline Financial on Jan 10, 2018

Whether you’re planning to leave the workforce in five, 10, or even 30 years, it’s vital to stay on top of your retirement plan. Statistics Canada found that since the 1970s, the number of Canadians with... Continue reading