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WBN Members are Open for Business!

By | April 2nd, 2020|W2W|

The WBN promotes and inspires women in business to develop their brand and grow their careers. The success of our organization is paramount to the volunteers and their commitment to dedicating a few hours a month on their committees. At the WBN we want to know who is Open For Business.  During this time of [...]

Don’t let emotions rule your investment plan

By | March 10th, 2020|W2W|

When it comes to investing, two things are for sure: markets will fluctuate and taking part in those markets involves risk. Although investing can be an emotional experience—you’re putting your hard-earned money in investments to meet your financial goals—it’s important not to let emotions rule your investment strategy. Remember that even professionals don’t know for sure when prices will go up and down.  Although markets inevitably dip, [...]

Trigger Point Rescue – Suboccipitals

By | February 19th, 2020|W2W|

Are you experiencing tired eyes or a raccoon mask of pain wrapping around from your eyes to behind your ears? You may be experiencing a suboccipital trigger point. These 8 small muscles pack a punch and can cause some serious headaches around and behind the eyes. Sitting in a head forward posture for long periods [...]

My Thoughts on “Building a Brand.”

By | February 18th, 2020|W2W|

Today I’m talking about “building a brand.” But I’m taking a different approach. Today I’m talking about building YOU, the brand. Brand is a word that’s thrown around like confetti these days. But what does it really mean? Today we’re keeping it fairly simple. Think of “brand” as: What you’re all about What you stand for [...]

Ways to withdraw from an RRSP or TFSA

By | February 17th, 2020|W2W|

You may be surprised to learn what you can do with your savings Now that you’ve watched your savings grow, you’ll eventually want or need to use it. There are many ways to use your savings. Here are some guidelines to help you decide whether you should make a withdrawal from your RRSP or TFSA before [...]

What are the rules of setting up a spousal RRSP?

By | February 10th, 2020|W2W|

You may know about a registered retirement savings plan (RRSP) and how it can help you save money for  retirement. But a spousal RRSP has other benefits you can take advantage of.  A spousal RRSP allows you to “split” your retirement income and pay less tax as a couple over  your lifetimes. Let’s go through what a spousal RRSP can do.  Why get a [...]

How you can get the most from your RRSP contributions

By | February 3rd, 2020|W2W|

Matching each saving option to your specific financial situation Building savings can be challenging – after all, there are plenty of fun things to spend money on.  But the satisfaction of watching your savings grow will likely outlast the thrill of your latest online purchase. To maximize your savings potential, you can add guaranteed investment [...]

Vulnerability is a Speaker’s Secret Strength

By | January 21st, 2020|W2W|

When I ask people what scares them about public speaking, virtually every answer comes down to vulnerability. What if my mid goes blank? What if I sound stupid? What if I make a mistake and somebody calls me out? What if I accidentally offend someone? Standing in front of others to speak your truth leaves [...]

RRSPs and TFSAs: What’s the difference when it comes to income tax rates?

By | January 13th, 2020|W2W|

Have you heard of registered retirement savings plans (RRSPs) and tax-free savings accounts (TFSAs) but aren’t sure what the difference is? Are you trying to figure out which is best for you and your financial security plan?   I can help – let’s take a closer look.   Before you decide whether to contribute to [...]

Drug & Alcohol Testing in the Workplace-Is it legal? 

By | December 10th, 2019|W2W|

We receive this question quite a bit when testing current or new employees, “I was asked to do a drug test by the company I’m applying for. Are they allowed to do that? I’ve never been asked to do this before.”  The short answer is yes. Employers have several duties with regards to ensuring workplace [...]

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