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Estate Planning

Estate Planning Considerations

April 24, 2015

Estate Planning is ensuring that your affairs are in order if you pass away or become incapacitated. Past Planner’s Corners* have covered topics such as How to Properly Plan your Estate, Leaving a Legacy, Transforming this World and Are...
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Are there Estate Taxes when I pass away?

December 27, 2012

This question was posed by one of our members recently.  The short answer is No, not in Canada.  Despite the snow and cold, we have a lot to be thankful for living in Canada! But there’s more to the answer:...
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Leaving a Legacy, Transforming this World

October 07, 2010

The Bible has much to say about money; some concepts are storing up treasure in heaven (Matt. 6:19-21) and using our God-given talents to further His kingdom (Matt. 25:14-30).  Discerning God’s will can be difficult.  One thing for certain is that whether...
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How to Properly Plan Your Estate

May 28, 2006

This Planner’s Corner will try to take the stigma out of estate planning and provide suggestions on how to properly plan your estate. Estate planning is not something most of us like to talk about. Issues that surround death and...
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News & Events

Annual Meetings and Open Membership
Thank you to everyone who attended our annual meetings where we enjoyed great food, music, and fellowship. At the AGM in Edmonton, bylaw changes were approved to expand our membership to...

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In the Community

Promise Keepers “All In” Conference
The Promise Keepers “All In” conference was held on Friday and Saturday, March 16-17. The event focuses on men’s leadership and featured a number of...

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Fraud Prevention

Black Book of Scams 2nd Edition
Scammers are sneaky and sly. They can target anyone, from youngsters to retirees. They can also target businesses. No one is immune to fraud. Our...

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