Entries by T.E. Wealth

It’s a seller’s market

It’s a great time to sell your house – as long as you don’t need to buy another one. The Canadian housing market is on fire and the statistics are staggering.  According to the Canadian Real Estate Association (CREA), March 2021 saw over 76,000 transactions occur via the Canadian MLS system. This is 40% more […]

What They Don’t Tell You: Women & Wealth, The Road to Representation

What They Don’t Tell You is an innovative concept that provides you with real-life stories, candid conversations, and everything you’ve ever wanted to know about business, finances, and life. This podcast series is produced by CWB Wealth Management, featuring clients and experts from across the country. In this episode of What They Don’t Tell You, […]

The Role of Inclusivity in Recovery

A COVID-19 recovery plan must take Indigenous realities into account written by Kain Big Canoe, CPA and Lisa Caswell, CFA, MBA, T.E. Wealth Indigenous Services This article originally appeared in The Journal of Aboriginal Management published by AFOA Canada.  The COVID-19 pandemic has highlighted the fact that when crises occur some Canadians suffer more than […]

5 ways women can gender proof their retirement plan

Picture a TV commercial or glossy magazine ad about retirement. More likely than not, you’re imagining a smiling older couple. Maybe they’re sitting on a dock with their feet dangling in the water, or holding hands over a morning coffee. They’re sporting matching grey hair and a few attractively-placed laugh lines.   No matter what your […]

The regressive side of COVID-19

The list of changes brought on by COVID-19 is long, and includes things like preparedness for future pandemics, improved education systems and an overhaul of eldercare infrastructure. All are undoubtedly overdue. But other, more subtle, changes have sadly reversed the clock on progress.  As women take on significantly more unpaid labour in the form of […]

Supporting millennials in financial wellness during COVID and beyond

They lived through the Great Recession of 2008/09, and many emerged from post-secondary education with big student debts and limited employment opportunities. Now, amid an ongoing pandemic, they’re facing various employment, social and mental health challenges of the Great Lockdown.  Keeping track of cash flow through budgeting may add to those challenges – but it […]