3 Financial Habits All Couples Need to Adopt to Build Wellness at Home

  Nothing kills a relationship faster than not being on the same financial page. Here are three important steps you and your love can take to work through financial challenges and stay together. Talk about money once per week. Time to break those bad habits… Read More

What You Need to Know About the Looming RRSP Deadline

We’ve got answers to your  RRSP questions.   Q 1. The RRSP deadline is looming and you might be feeling pressured to contribute, but is it always the right choice for everyone?   Not necessarily. If you simply can’t afford to make an RRSP contribution… Read More

Save the Date for our Free RRSP Webinar

One question we’re asked often is ‘should I contribute more money to my RRSP?’ We are here to help! Join us on February 15th , 2017 at 8pm EST for a 45min webinar hosted by MeVest founder Lesley-Anne Scorgie. We’ll help you learn how to:… Read More

5 Steps to Keep Your Financial Plan Alive

We don’t want you to fall off the financial planning wagon so follow these tips: Put a reminder in your calendar. Every quarter your friendly reminder will pop-up and this gives you the chance to review your plan, see where you stand and course correct for… Read More

Why RRSP loans are in style

Thinking of catching up on your RRSP contribution space? An RRSP loan could help. RRSPs 101 RRSPs are a very powerful tool to save for retirement and if your household earns more than $50,000 per year, you should have them. Every year you can contribute… Read More

5 easy ways to get your finances in shape

A new year means new goals and for many people, getting their finances in order is at the top of that list. Personal finance expert Lesley-Anne Scorgie shares her tips and tricks for improving your finances. If you can make one simple financial improvement this year… Raise… Read More

3 Naughty Financial Habits to Break in 2017

In January we adopt new and healthy habits like eating better, losing weight, learning a new language, making more time for family, drinking less, having better sex and saving more money. If you’re ruthless and consistent with making these changes a priority, after 12-weeks they… Read More

5 Simple Tips to Make Sure You Get What’s Yours this Tax

There is a saying that ‘a little preparation goes a long way’ and this is especially true when it comes to your taxes. Canadians can ease their burden with some end-of-year preparation and help maximize their return. Here are five tips to help prepare for… Read More


Gratitude is the only word our team can use to truly express how we feel about your engagement, support and business this past year. We’re thankful for your bright ideas and bold financial moves. But most important, we’re humbled by your willingness to share your… Read More

The Financial Procrastinator’s Checklist

There is still time to end 2016 on a strong financial note. Tackle these ‘must-do’ activities. 1. Increase your bi-weekly contributions to your RRSP by $20. That’s the equivalent of two lunches and it adds up to just over $500 per year. If you keep… Read More