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The following sections contain relevant articles and offers insights into the industry news. Please call to request paper copy of any article or to discuss how your business may be affected.
Chief economist tells WP (Wealth Professional) the recession will be more prolonged than first thought – and breaks down his outlook for each province.
Given the recent turmoil in the investment markets, it would seem appropriate at this point to have a look at your investments and see what’s in there, and what risk levels look like for individual clients.
(According to an article from a senior portfolio manager at C.I. investments, dated 30, June, 2020, “The likelihood of higher tax rates post COVID-19 recovery is now absolute.”)
Millions of people are now handling sensitive work data outside their office for the first time. It can be hard enough to keep data secure in the office, where there are IT security officers to monitor the network, and employees are in their work mindset. Working from home presents a new set of challenges.
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The Canada Emergency Response Benefit (CERB) is widely available to Canadians, …. However, they may not be aware of the rules governing CERB.
There are a number of different support programs available from the federal and provincial governments in Canada … following are links to the two main sets of programs and program information
Global stocks have rebounded significantly since the March low, and that has many industry people concerned that things may have come too far, too fast.
… what really distinguishes the world’s most successful leaders is emotional intelligence — or the ability to identify and monitor emotions (of their own and of others).
As the Covid Crisis drags on, business is looking for help in dealing with costs. But at the same time, you need to retain employees who know your business, your customers, and can provide full value when things get back to normal …