Personally being diagnosed with type 1 diabetes (T1D), I’ll do anything in my power to help find a cure so that young people do not have to deal with this very serious disease. I’m so proud to announce that I have been named the top individual fundraiser for this year’s event! In addition to the $5,855.50 […]
One of the key highlights of CALU membership is the opportunity to attend the annual meeting, held each May in Ottawa. Regularly attended by more than 400 CALU members, main platform and workshop sessions feature top Canadian and international subject-matter experts who provide updates on the application and marketing of financial products and services in […]
In case you haven’t heard, the Genetic Testing Bill has been passed by the House of Commons. However, the federal government subsequently announced its plans to refer the Bill to the Supreme Court of Canada (SCC) to determine if it is constitutional. A ruling by the SCC on this issue is expected to take a […]
Well-meaning companies spend a lot of time, money and effort on employee wellness programs. But counting calories, climbing stairs or chanting can be a challenge for people psyched about money matters. For a happier, healthier and more engaged workforce, employers need to acknowledge and address the connection between financial and overall wellbeing. Click here to […]
Check out our highlights of the proposed measures of B.C.’s 2017 Budget here. For more information, please see the BC Budget website.
Look for Cindy’s article in Business in Vancouver’s Retirement Ready 2017 magazine. Download the article here. Click here for a link to the magazine!
About the Conference for Advanced Life Underwriting (CALU) CALU Vision Leadership in advocacy and innovative advanced planning solutions. CALU Mission CALU educates and mentors members and influences government tax policy and legislation for the benefit of its members and their clients. Click here for some facts about CALU. Read FORUM Magazine’s article highlighting […]
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Thirtysomethings share what’s on their minds. Clickhere to read the article on Advisor.ca.