June 22, 2020
CERB overpayments are going to be an important topic in the next year for millions of Canadians. The Federal Government’s handling of the CERB benefit has resulted in many people receiving benefits they should not, or ought not, to have had. Our office has heard of several cases of long term ODSP recipients who have […]
May 25, 2020
“Approximately 90% of hospitalized patients identified through COVID-NET had one or more underlying conditions, the most common being obesity, hypertension, chronic lung disease, diabetes mellitus, and cardiovascular disease.” – CDC
April 1, 2020
The COVID virus is impacting everyone’s life. From the way we work through to every social interaction we have. There are essentially two facets, health and economy that are being his the hardest. In this two part blog we try to speak to each offering some insights and considerations.
March 5, 2020
It is important to stop cash flowing debts and to start paying them off – but it may be even more important to understand and recognize the difference.
February 13, 2020
Impulses and habits are very similar, they both work on us subconsciously and compel, or ilicit, certain types of behaviour. Impulsiveness isn’t always bad – sometimes it’s very rewarding, maybe that’s a part of the problem.