Articles by Chris Coulter

Chris Coulter

Chris Coulter is a Financial Planner and President and Founder of The Finish Line Group. He specializes in working with business owners to devise tax, risk, succession and wealth strategies. He coaches individuals on wealth and retirement planning relating to debt management, tax efficient retirement and estate planning.

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RESPs and Divorce

A Registered Education Savings Plan (RESP) is a common vehicle used by many parents to save for their kids’ post-secondary education. Governments provide an additional incentive by matching up to 20% of a […]

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TFSA Versus RRSP: Is One Better Than The Other?

Everyone keeps talking about contributing to RRSPs and TFSAs, but not everyone clearly explains what they are or when you should contribute to these accounts. What is an RRSP? A Registered Retirement Savings […]

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Nest Egg – Realistically How Much Should I Have Saved Away?

Okay, we all know we should having something put aside in case of emergencies, but is it really necessary to have a nest egg? Yes, because life is unpredictable. You don’t know if […]

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Why You Should Check Your Credit Score Post-Divorce

It’s hard to watch television or go online without seeing advertisements that invite you to check your credit score. The ads talk about the importance of having a good credit score, but don’t […]

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The Worst Financial Advice I’ve Heard

I’ve come across a lot of excellent financial information over the years. Some of it came from books, some came from the web, and a lot of it came from talking to other […]

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