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  • COVID-19 support measures: At a glance

    COVID-19 support measures: At a glance

    Here’s our roundup of the economic measures that the federal government has announced so far to support Canadians affected financially by the COVID-19 outbreak.

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  • Why are equities so expensive amid the pandemic?

    Why are equities so expensive amid the pandemic?

    Edward Golding explains why stock valuations are near all-time highs while the global economy is in recession.

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  • Meeting with an MD Advisor: What to expect

    Meeting with an MD Advisor: What to expect

    So you want help getting your finances in order and preparing for your future? Here's what to expect when you meet with an MD Advisor.

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  • The Moldenhauer Family: Optimizing taxes and protecting their wealth

    The Moldenhauer Family: Optimizing taxes and protecting their wealth

    As MD Signature clients, the Moldenhauers receive an elevated level of personalized financial advice and comprehensive service. See the service in action.

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  • The Kaminsky Family: Transferring their wealth tax-effectively

    The Kaminsky Family: Transferring their wealth tax-effectively

    As MD Signature clients, the Kaminskys would receive an elevated level of personalized financial advice and comprehensive service. See the service in action.

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  • COVID-19 market update: Lockdowns easing, global cases rising

    COVID-19 market update: Lockdowns easing, global cases rising

    Markets rallied, pandemic restrictions are easing, new cases are on the rise. Things are far from normal as we prepare for what’s next.

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  • MD Financial Management and Scotiabank collaborate with The Flipside Life to support physicians’ spouses and families

    MD Financial Management Inc. (MD) and Scotiabank announce a two-year sponsorship of The Flipside Life

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  • Planned charitable gifts: What you can donate, and the tax benefits

    Planned charitable gifts: What you can donate, and the tax benefits

    A planned charitable gift is a thoughtful way to give. The charity benefits from your gift, while you or your estate benefits from tax savings. Learn more.

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  • What’s up with bond yields? Wesley Blight explains.

    What’s up with bond yields? Wesley Blight explains.

    Wesley Blight explains fixed income yield, its relationship to other important economic variables, and why it matters now.

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  • Mortgage default insurance: What homebuyers need to know

    Mortgage default insurance: What homebuyers need to know

    Looking to buy a home? Here’s an overview of down payment, mortgage default insurance and the changes that are coming from the CMHC.

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  • How to repair your retirement plan after COVID-19

    How to repair your retirement plan after COVID-19

    As a physician, have your retirement savings taken a hit due to fewer patients and higher expenses? You can still meet your goals by adjusting your financial plan.

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  • MD’s commitment to Black Lives Matter, diversity, equality and inclusion

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  • CMA, in collaboration with Scotiabank and MD Financial Management, launch new Wellness Support Line to help Canadian physicians

    Press release about Affinity-funded Wellness Support Line

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  • Cautious U.S. Federal Reserve holds rates near zero

    Cautious U.S. Federal Reserve holds rates near zero

    Unsurprisingly, the U.S. Federal Reserve holds interest rates near zero and continues with quantitative easing to support markets amid the COVID-19 pandemic.

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  • How to talk to your children about their inheritance

    How to talk to your children about their inheritance

    It’s a good idea to share at least some of your wealth transfer plans with your adult children. Here are some tips for how to start the conversation.

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  • The Bank of Canada holds rates steady as financial conditions begin to improve

    The Bank of Canada holds rates steady as financial conditions begin to improve

    The Bank of Canada leaves interest rates unchanged as conditions improve. It remains accommodative as the economy is far from operating at full capacity.

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  • CERB, CEWS and CEBA: Top 15 questions from physicians

    CERB, CEWS and CEBA: Top 15 questions from physicians

    We’ve compiled a list of the most popular questions about these three government programs and how they apply to physicians, their teams, and their families.

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  • Ian Taylor provides an update on the U.S.-China relationship

    Ian Taylor provides an update on the U.S.-China relationship

    Ian Taylor provides an update on the U.S.-China relationship, why it’s important, why it’s complicated, and expectations going forward.

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  • Adjusting to the new normal – Adjusting to the COVID-19 pandemic

    Adjusting to the new normal – Adjusting to the COVID-19 pandemic

    Cities across North America have started to relax COVID-19-related restrictions, but things are still far from normal.

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  • Should you dissolve your medical practice corporation when you retire?

    Should you dissolve your medical practice corporation when you retire?

    Approaching retirement? Learn whether it can be better to dissolve your medical professional corporation or convert it into a holding company.

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