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Money Matters with Jim Doyle

Money Matters with Jim Doyle: An Unconventional Estate Perspective: Prepare Your Heirs – Not Your Estate

Money Matters with Jim Doyle Encore Episode #11: An Unconventional Estate Perspective: Prepare Your Heirs – Not Your Estate What was the motivation behind this show? Some suggest, in polite company, one doesn’t don’t talk about politics, religion, or death. … Continue reading

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Money Matters with Jim Doyle: Family Business IS Your Business

Money Matters with Jim Doyle Episode #10 Family Business IS Your Business What was the motivation behind this episode show? Family businesses are often under-appreciated as the backbone of the Canadian economy. Being a successful business owner can give you … Continue reading

Money Matters with Jim Doyle

Money Matters with Jim Doyle: Retirement Redefined – Is it an Event or an Experience?

Do you dream of being an ageless adventurer? Too many Canadians enter retirement with trepidation. We’d like to change that perspective to one of opportunity, excitement, security, and ultimately – enjoyment. Continue reading

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Money Matters with Jim Doyle: Divorce & Money – The Unplanned Journey

Money Matters with Jim Doyle Episode #6: Divorce & Money – The Unplanned Journey What was the motivation behind the show? I’ve seen the effect that divorce has on families that felt powerless to engineer an outcome that met their … Continue reading

Money Matters with Jim Doyle

Money Matters with Jim Doyle: Money Doesn’t Have to be a Relationship Wrecker

If you believe you’ve successfully avoided conflict by having your spouse handle all the financial stuff, we’ll explore some of the dangers of letting your spouse make all of the financial decisions. Continue reading

Money Matters with Jim Doyle

Money Matters: Bring Your Family Into Your Estate Planning Discussions

The next episode of Money Matters with Jim Doyle explores the significance of families and spouses talking openly about estate planning and bringing your family into your estate planning discussions. Continue reading