Win a financial tune-up

Money Coaches Canada’s Tom Feigs is giving away 3 hours of financial planning.

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January 27th, 2014

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14 comments on “Win a financial tune-up

  1. I’d love some help getting on track for 2014.

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  2. With retirement less than two years away I would love a review of our portfolio

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  3. I need to stop paying high fees to Fund Mangers and retire early!

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  4. I have been learning more about financial planning in the last year but have a long way to go. I’d love help to get into financial shape early and realize dreams like owning a house, having children, etc.

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  5. Chrysler took away my defined benefit pension and I am in need of help to figure out if my wife and I can retire at 60 instead of 55.

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  6. Mid career, growing family, university costs, moving…this car has lots of mileage and lots more to come! Would LOVE to get a MoneySense Financial Tune Up. Been a subscriber for years and this would be awesome! Thanks!

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  7. Looking for a challenge? My husband and I are both self-employed, no pensions, ~$80K RRSP, working on paying off a house. Not sure we can ever retire but we love our work so we’d be happy transitioning to part-time in our old age. The big worry is what happens if one of us gets sick or disabled before we qualify for CPP, OAS, GIS? No employer means no sick leave or short-term disability. We’d love to get your insights on how to make sure we can keep working at the careers we love without worrying about living off cat food later in life!

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  8. Hi Tom, my wife and I are in our mid 30’s and we are planning on starting a family. We haven’t created a family budget or a savings plan (we always end up arguing on this…we smile, than drop the subject and not talk about it!) The investments we do have, acquired through guess work, are scattered about like the four winds… I truly believe that a monkey throwing darts at a stock board would do better in the markets than we would!

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  9. I am running very low cash flows as I have a large post graduate student loan to pay-off which I am paying now. We (my wife and me) are also home owners and have a mortgage debt too. I can use some help to tune up my finances and help free up some money for investments e.g. RRSP, TFSA etc.

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  10. My husband & I have just paid off our student loans. We’re late to the party where compound interest is concerned (starting investing in our mid-30s), but eager to learn, and believing we can do better than our current 2.5% MER. Looking for our fresh start and this would definitely help! :)

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  11. My husband and I are fairly new retirees and self-directed investors with a mix of RSPs, TFSAs, property, separate and shared portfolios ( which my husband manages) of ETFs ,and stocks, in my case, mostly dividend stocks. Even though I have the much lower income, we would still keep our own portfolios. I would like someone to evaluate our holdings and before we reach 70, give us strategies to draw down on all capital assets to our best advantage.

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  12. I need help deciding on the next steps.

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  13. Self-Employed, some cash earning little interest only – suffering stock market paralysis, rental house, kids, post secondary coming, already turning 40. Need help to get what’s a decent financial picture on track!

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  14. We are ready to take the plunge into DIY investing, but don’t know where to start!

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