Mary Keetch Financial Services

Do you or someone you know qualify for the Disability Tax Credit?

Perhaps a Registered Disability Savings Plan RDSP could help you reach your financial goals. People with disabilities and their loved ones face a distinct set of financial challenges throughout their lives. To help address these challenges, in 2008 the Government of Canada introduced the Registered Disability Savings Plan (RDSP). Designed to help build long-term financial […]

Avoid a legacy of taxes

AMERICAN INVENTOR AND POLITICIAN Benjamin Franklin wrote,  “In this world nothing can be said to be certain, except death and taxes.”1 And while the thought of death can be unpleasant, so can the prospect of leaving your family a large tax bill. With a little planning, you can help minimize the taxes on your estate […]

Get into the sandbox with saving

THE EXPRESSION “LIKE A KID IN A CANDY STORE” exists for a reason, and most parents are all too aware of it. When children are in a place where treats are sold, a very yummy and tangible goal is right there in front of them. They’re tempted to spend every dime on the spot. So […]

The family dollar juggling act

FOR PARENTS, DAILY LIFE CAN SEEM LIKE A JUGGLING ACT. Adults in the family have a schedule, priorities and commitments. Kids have a schedule, priorities and commitments. Sometimes they match up. Often they don’t. As a result, many families become experts at keeping multiple balls in the air. Fortunately, when it comes to financial planning, […]

Getting healthier on the job

MAINTAINING HEALTHY HABITS can be a round-the-clock occupation,  so what do you do if you have a full-time job? It is possible to both work and be healthy. With more and more companies offering workplace wellness programs, employees can access tools to boost their overall well-being at the office. A good wellness program not only […]