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I handle my accounts online and by email very easily. When I have a question I call, and there is always a friendly person on the phone to help me out. Sometimes I need a very patient person, and that...read more
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Retirement Planning

Your Finances and Retirement

June 12, 2017

The retirement stage is upon us faster than most expect. There is no doubt it’s an exciting time however many people underestimate the major day to day changes this stage of life can bring. The key to being ready is...
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The Value of Advice Two

October 13, 2015

Several studies have recently been completed comparing Canadians who use a Financial Advisor with a designation, referred to as advised households, vs. non-advised households.    Here are the results: Improved Financial Net Worth – advised households have 2.1x the median financial...
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Canada Pension Plan Changes

January 06, 2012

The Government of Canada (Government) is making changes to the Canada Pension Plan (CPP) over the next five years. The goal of CPP is to replace about 25% of average pre-retirement employment earnings with the other components being Old Age...
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The Value of Advice

January 13, 2011

The ‘do-it-yourself’ mentality is flourishing.  Many of us use the Internet to obtain information and get the ‘best deal’, complete our own renovations (my wife cringes every time I haul out the toolbox!) and even make our own wine.  Self-help...
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Assigning Jobs to Your Retirement Savings

June 29, 2010

With the current low interest rate environment and volatility in the markets, what is the best way to manage retirement savings? Most retirees or soon-to-be retirees have more than one goal for their retirement savings and each goal likely comes with...
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Tidbits & Myths About Aging

May 08, 2007

On January 2, 2007, I was granted the Certified Senior Advisor, CSATM designation. My studies have helped me to better meet the needs of Christian Credit Union’s 50 plus and senior members. Below are some interesting tidbits...
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Should I transfer my Pension Plan to an RRSP?

January 11, 2007

Over the years you may have switched employers or been offered a severance package. Through your previous employer you may have been part of a pension plan. Below are four facts to consider when transferring your pension plan to a...
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Eleventh Hour Planning

November 24, 2006

Due to life’s circumstances and sometimes procrastination, some of us delay planning for retirement until our early 50’s. Here is a hypothetical example of Bob and Mary and how they are working towards achieving their life planning goal of having...
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Take a look at credit unions – because you can bank better.
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In the Community

School Field Trips
Students from several Christian schools recently visited the Edmonton branch to learn more about Christian Credit Union and how to use their money to God’s...

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Fraud Prevention

Cyber Security is a Team Effort
Cyber attacks and data theft are real threats to all Canadians and every credit union. No organization or individual is immune. So how do you make sure you don’t become...

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