Interesting Reads

  • Cool Educational Toys for the Holiday Season

    Dec 10, 2019

    Play is an important part of growing up, and great toys can ignite children’s imaginations and help them explore the world around them. While play for the sake of play should never be diminished, educational toymakers have created some amazing new toys that could help kids learn more about science, coding, engineering, arts and more. Here’s a small selection of the season’s coolest toys geared toward many age ranges.

    Read More

  • Do You Know Your Family’s Net Worth?

    Nov 14, 2019

    While we should never measure our sense of personal value by the things we own or how much money we have in the bank, knowing our personal and household net worth can contribute to our overall sense of well-being and help us make decisions about the future. Still, many people haven’t really taken the time to calculate their net worth, so they may not be optimizing their ability to reach their financial goals.

    Read More

  • What Will Tuition Cost for Your Child?

    Nov 13, 2019

    According to Statistics Canada, tuition costs across the country rose by an average of 3.3% during the 2018/2019 school year. This is up to a full percent higher than Canada’s rate of inflation over the same period. Parents know that saving for their children’s post-secondary education will help their kids offset the cost of education when the time comes, but many are unprepared for how high tuition could be in the future.

    Read More

  • Headed to a Canadian University Next Year? Don’t Forget to Consult the Maclean’s University Rankings

    Nov 5, 2019

    Anyone planning to head to university in the fall of 2020 should start researching and planning on which universities they may want to apply for today. Depending on the program, some application deadlines may be as early as this coming February, so now is the time to get ready to pick top choices for programs and universities or colleges.

    Read More

  • Be Sure to Maximize RESP Grants Before Year-End

    Nov 5, 2019

    You may already know that contributing to a Registered Education Savings Plan (RESP) for your child is a great investment in their future, but are you getting the maximum benefits available to you? Not only does an RESP provide tax-deferred growth, by maximizing your annual payments, your child could also receive up to an additional $7,200 over the lifetime of the plan.

    Read More

Book an Online Appointment Book an Online Appointment

Did you know our sales representatives are available for online appointments? Book one today!

Flex First Plan Flex First Plan

The Flex First Plan is an individual RESP with unique benefits and flexibility.

Fun Reading Games Fun Reading Games

Through games, learning to read can literally become child’s play.