Category Archives: security

Patience Rewarded for Those Who Wait

by Rick Sutherland, CLU, CFP, FDS, R.F.P Welcome to 2011. We trust you had an enjoyable and relaxing holiday season. Well it’s time to get back to work and planning for your future. More specifically your retirement future, as you have until March 1, 2011 to … Continue reading

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Credit vs. Debit Cards: Which is Better for You?

“Debit or credit?” It’s a question we are all asked each time we step up to a cash register with our purchases. Credit cards and debit cards may be used interchangeably, but there are many very real differences between the … Continue reading

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It’s Easy to Love Summer

Our glorious and all too brief summer season is upon us. And what a summer it has been. Can you recall when we have had such consistently beautiful weather? Canadians have revelled by the lake, and festivals of all kinds … Continue reading

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Identity Theft – Protect Yourself

The following article was contributed by Ottawa-based financial planner Rick Sutherland, CLU, CFP, FDS, R.F.P. Identity theft is one of the fastest growing crimes in North America. In fact, identity theft occurs every four seconds. Canadians are increasingly becoming concerned … Continue reading

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