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What are the three types of insurance for homeowners?
Understand the difference between homeowner insurance, mortgage loan insurance and creditor insurance.
Spending and stocks: How the holidays affect your holdings
With the holiday season comes increased spending, but does a good shopping season mean increased share prices?
The Bank of Canada holds rates on housing market concerns
The Bank of Canada announcement on December 4, 2019
Should you reorganize your debt?
For doctors, using a line of credit to pay off other debt can be a good idea, but be aware that it’s not true across the board.
Getting serious? 5 money questions to discuss with your new life partner
How to talk about money with your partner
Managing how much tax comes off your residency paycheque
What medical residents need to know about TD1 forms
The dos and don’ts of financial planning for locums
Financial advice for locum tenens: tax planning, incorporation, insurance.
Three key findings about Canadian physicians and financial literacy
Most practicing medical doctors in Canada don't feel well-educated about personal finance, and many of them report feeling "stressed" about making financial decisions regarding their priorities.
Three key findings about financial literacy and Canadian doctors-in-training
A new study by MD Financial Management attempts to uncover the roots of students' and residents' financial concerns.
Top 7 things that physicians need to know about RRSPs
Get the basics on RRSP contribution deadline, RRSP contribution amount, and understand the tax savings.
Fighting climate change: Send a message with your investments
Portfolio managers, advisors and investors alike are thinking about socially responsible investing.
Tips from colleagues for physicians who have to work over the holidays
Wellness tips if you are a physician who has to work over the holidays.
In session: our first MD Physician Council meeting
I had the pleasure of kicking off the inaugural meeting of this nine-member panel in Ottawa in late October.
Fall 2019: MD funds and portfolios continue to help investors achieve their financial goals
Fixed income returns remain exceptionally strong as interest rates declined. Equity returns are in line with projections and while third-quarter performance for MD Precision Portfolios is slightly beh
Fall 2019: We are cautiously optimistic given mixed global economic signals
In the third quarter, stock markets struggled to maintain the pace of growth set in the first two quarters. Our outlook now sees the global economy being at an important inflection point as underlying
Why I think Canada will avoid a recession next year and the loonie will outperform
While the risk of a U.S. and global recession has increased, Canada should avoid a downturn in 2020. The loonie should outshine its G10 counterparts over the next 12 months, says MD's Rachael Moir.
Black Friday is coming, but don’t lose your head
How to keep your spending in check through Black Friday and the holiday season
U.S. Federal Reserve lowers rates again to support ongoing growth
The third consecutive rate cut by the U.S. Federal Reserve was made to sustain economic growth, maintain strong employment and keep inflation near the Fed’s 2.0% objective.
Cautious Bank of Canada holds interest rate steady, signals economic tests lie ahead
Cautious Bank of Canada holds the overnight rate steady at 1.75% while signaling that the resilience of the Canadian economy will be tested.
After 40 days and 40 nights, election won't shift economic tides