January 2020
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Happy New Year!
Thanks to all who participated in our

You gave generously to your favourite charity and contributed $2,357.

We chipped in $50 for each donation and brought our total to $3,732.

Since this program began, together we have donated:

$45,547
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New Year's financial resolutions
Here are five tips to help you save and start your year off on the right foot.
 
Resolution 1 – Save early and contribute regularly
It is important to begin saving early in your working life and to make regular contributions in your RRSP, especially if you don’t have a pension fund or pension at work.


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Tips for sound debt management

In January, our thoughts turn to "wiping the slate clean" for the new year.
Paying off debt is an important step towards stress-free financial health. Here are a few tips to help you:

Kitchen Tips for a Healthier You
It wouldn't be January if we didn't talk about health and resolutions.
According to Manulife, re-arranging your kitchen can help in your :
Clean kitchen, clean eats – science says. In fact, the more cluttered our environments, the more likely we are to overeat, a recent study suggests. If you’re aiming to boost your health and shed a few pounds, start with your physical space and set yourself up for success.

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Heading South?

CI Investments provides financial reminders for snowbirds heading to the U.S.

Will you be flying south this winter to spend some time in the warm parts of the U.S.? You’ll have arranged to get your snow shovelled and mail picked up, but what about some of the small details of financial planning?

Banking . Arrange to do your banking through ATMs, the Internet, or telephone. List all your upcoming bills and make plans to pay online, through pre-authorized payment, or otherwise.
For easy access to U.S. funds, consider opening a U.S.-dollar chequing account if you don’t already have one.

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Helping you grow, protect and leave a legacy

This information has been prepared by Greg Frost who is an Investment Advisor for HollisWealth®. The material contained does not necessarily reflect the opinion of HollisWealth. HollisWealth® is a division of Industrial Alliance Securities Inc., a member of the Canadian Investor Protection Fund and the Investment Industry Regulatory Organization of Canada. The information contained in this newsletter comes from sources we believe reliable, but we cannot guarantee its accuracy or reliability. The opinions expressed are based on an analysis and interpretation dating from the date of publication and are subject to change without notice. Furthermore, they do not constitute an offer or solicitation to buy or sell any of the securities mentioned. The information contained herein may not apply to all types of investors. The Investment Advisor can open accounts only in the provinces in which they are registered. HollisWealth® is a division of Industrial Alliance Securities Inc., a member of the Canadian Investor Protection Fund and the Investment Industry Regulatory Organization of Canada. For more information about HollisWealth, please consult the official website at www.holliswealth.com . Insurance products provided through Hollis Insurance.