Personal Financial Planning
Provides an insider's look at what is happening in the Canadian financial
services industry and develops a model for financial advice for the discerning
Written by Sandra E. Foster. Published by John Wiley & Sons, 2000.
A great guide to personal tax saving tips that can assist you on the road to
maximizing your personal wealth. Investments, retirement savings plans, estate
planning, tax payments and deferrals, family tax planning and more are examined
to help you develop your personal financial plan.
Prepared by Ernst & Young LLP. Published by CCH Canadian Ltd., 2000.
An indispensable, up-to-date resource on relevant tax information, written
especially for Canadian investment advisors. The clear and comprehensive text,
supplemented by numerous examples and illustrations, provides in-depth coverage
of the tax topics that are critical to advising clients effectively.
Written by John R. Mott. Published by Carswell, 2000.
This book demystifies the investment process, shows you how to avoid costly
learning mistakes, leads you through each step, and explains that the real risk
is not being in the market, but rather being out of it.
Written by Allen B. Clarke. Published by Key Porter Books, 2000.
This bestselling guide cuts through the clutter of this popular form of
investing, covering all types of mutual funds including segregated funds. With
analysis of and information on close to 2,700 mutual funds, Ranga Chand's
exclusive quantitative rating system identifies and tracks how funds have
performed over time.
Published by Stoddart Publishing Co. Ltd, 2000.
This book offers practical, easy-to-understand strategies that can help you
keep more of your hard-earned dollars and increase your personal and family
Edited by S. Brian Fisher, Wayne Tunney and Joseph Petrie (KPMG). Published by
A jargon-free, do-it-yourself guide for the layperson, Small Claims Court for
the Everyday Canadian leads you step-by-step through all you need to know to
represent yourself in small claims court and succeed.
Written by Milena Celap and Pamela J. Larmondin. Published by Self-Counsel
This directory lets you discover which employers need employees with your
educational requirements. Locate your degree program and then read the reviews
on all the employers hiring in your field.
Edited by Richard W. Yerema. Published by Mediacorp Canada Inc., 2000.