Government of Ontario will give parents up to $250 per child To Catch Up

Ontario Education Minister Stephen Lecce announces parents can receive between $200 or $250 per child to help offset the cost of catching up in school after two years of disrupted learning. Starting Thursday, parents with children up to 18 years old can apply at for $200, while parents with school-aged children with special education…

What Will the New Canada Child Benefit Mean for My Child’s Future?

Millennial Parents Guide To Financial Planning For Children The Liberal government estimates the average family will receive nearly $2,300 more each year, thanks to the new Canada Child Benefit. But what does it mean for my family? There’s a reason I hire an accountant to do my taxes. Crunching numbers and keeping up with tax…

Yes, You Can Keep the Family Cottage In The Family

Millennial Parents’ Guide to Financial Planning by Michael Lampel The family cottage to many is a sacred treasure. It’s a place, according to parents, that must be preserved for the family. It holds such special moments and memories for everyone; every parent wants to ensure their children and grandchildren will be able to build their…

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