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Insurance may not be top of mind for most millennials, but for people in their 20s and 30s, the time is right to get insured.
Sixty per cent of the respondents in the most recent Manulife survey commented they aren’t saving enough for retirement.
Critical illness and disability insurance are often overlooked, but are equally as important as life insurance.
Some of these new changes may require rethinking some existing tax planning you have in place.
Even if you don't think you need life insurance yet, you could get a much better policy by buying it early.
Investing is never cut and dry, so seek out a trusted financial professional for advice and do some research.
First and foremost, start by talking about it now! Not tomorrow, not next week or year, right now.
For farm families and small businesses there are multiple benefits of using life insurance as an asset class to compliment investments.
As ever larger numbers of the boomer generation start to retire, fixed income options are no longer delivering the way they used to.
The future of Stettler’s public schools was the topic of discussion at an open house held last week in the Performing Arts Centre.
Clearview Public Schools trustees are bracing themselves for funding cuts expected in this year’s provincial budget
A pair of pianos kept the party going well into the wee hours as the Stettler Kinettes hosted another fundraiser
Last week was apparently meant to be the time for Big Valley to brag.
For one afternoon, as winter drew to a close, their thoughts were centred on a tropical island — but not for the reason one might expect.
Growing demand for bison meat has proven to be a boon for farmers in Alberta, according to an industry representative.
Cheered on by family and friends, the Stettler Bantam A Scotiabank Storm captured the provincial championship at home
The superintendent of Clearview Public Schools said this week he was surprised by Alberta Education’s decision
A team of archers from Stettler Middle School (SMS) brought home the bronze last week after competing
Stettler’s Bantam girls hung tough over a long weekend in Lacombe, and it paid off handsomely as the team claimed
Tom Kootstra grew up on the family farm near Pitt Meadows, B.C., and for almost 20 years, he has run a dairy operation in the Ponoka area.