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What's the best order for drawing your retirement income
When you begin to draw income in retirement, there are different tax consequences for each source of cash flow.
Pursuing a fulfilling retirement
Post-divorce, a physician mom adjusts her family-friendly plan
In this MD Financial Management series, we talk to physicians about what gives them confidence in financial planning for the future. *Real-life stories have names changed to protect privacy.
Crafting your next chapter: Pursuing a fulfilling retirement
Checking items off your retirement “bucket list” of activities doesn’t necessarily contribute to a fulfilling life.
Is your corporate legacy a gift to the government? How to avoid double taxation
If you have a corporation without a capable executor, you could be subject to double taxation.
Planning for retirement - focus on lifestyle first
Five tips to get retirement ready
Here’s 5 tips that you can use now to keep your retirement plans on track.
Anxious about retirement? Three small steps to get your retirement plan up and running
Retirement represents a significant life transition, and feelings of worry are common among physicians contemplating retirement.
Forget trade wars, welcome to the chicken sandwich wars
Introducing its new spicy chicken sandwich, Popeyes Louisiana Kitchen started a social media spat with their fiercest competitor Chick-fil-A. Feathers were ruffled but it appears everyone came out a w
Why Canada could be a good hedge for investors believing a global recession looms
Canada could outperform other developed economies amid a slowing global and continue to beat economists’ expectations about domestic growth. Rachael Moir, Quantitative Investment Analyst, explains why
Doctors and retirement: It’s complicated
Talking finance is often seen as taboo for physicians — but that’s starting to change.
Should you agree to be someone’s executor?
If you have been named or asked to be an executor, be sure you understand the full extent of the responsibility.
Facebook's new cryptocurrency: Virgo thinks Libra could be a game changer
Facebook says it will launch Libra, its own cryptocurrency, in the first half of 2020. Facebook hopes to appease regulators and that the asset-backed “stablecoin" will become a widely used, global cur
Why I am not turning bearish on the U.S. dollar and the euro
In a race to the bottom for both interest rates and currencies, U.S. President Donald Trump and the European Union are nominating personalities openly supporting easy monetary policy to join the Fed a
What type of investor are you?
What kind of investor are you? Here’s an easy way to decide if you have the investment service you want and are getting the level of advice you need.
How Canadian physicians are preparing for retirement
Making improvements: Updating our portfolio strategy to better achieve your financial goals
Over the past decade, the investment industry has changed and evolved. Learn how MD is updating its portfolio strategy with the goal of improving client portfolios.
No surprises: The Bank of Canada maintains target overnight rate as economic data remains in line with April Monetary Policy Report
No surprises in the latest rate announcement from the Bank of Canada as economic data remains inline with expectations from the Bank’s April Monetary Policy Report.
Five key findings about how Canadian physicians are preparing for retirement