To provide you with some Advice for Life, we’ve highlighted common financial priorities based on life stage, and some strategies to help address them.
Being a new parent is a time where you have a lot of questions, including about your finances, like how do we manage the expenses of a new baby? Do we need to move? What should we be saving for their future?
Scotiabank is here to help with these questions and many others as you navigate this exciting time of your life.
You have the nursery ready, now what? We walk you through how you can save and invest for your family’s future.
Let’s take a look at the four major tips you need to know when budgeting for a baby.
Scotiabank Advisor Meera Gandhi shares her home-buying advice.
How to pad your savings for the future by creating a leaner budget.
Your guide to Registered Education Savings Plans and everything you need to know about this investing vehicle.
Are you in your 30s? We’ve put together some easy tips to help you prepare for the future. Here are things you should start and stop doing at this stage.
Saving for your child’s future
How much do you need to put away each year to save enough for your little one to head off to college or university? Find out with our RESP Reality Check tool.
Are you buyers or renters?
Sometimes a new baby means a change of scenery. Buying or renting is a common decision for new parents, so try out our tool to see which is right for you.
Saving for your future hockey star
Are your kids dreaming of playing hockey? Here is how you can budget and save so that you can cheer them on from the stands.
Let’s have a conversation
Our Scotia advisors are here to help you plan your financial future. With a simple chat, we’ll get you on track to accomplish your financial goals, big and small.