Articles by Jackie Porter

Jackie Porter

Jackie is an award-winning financial planner, best-selling author, mentor and speaker who has helped thousands of clients keep more of their hard-earned cash in their pocket. With 22 years of experience, she is referred to as Canada’s Financial Confidante. Her advice and financial strategies are featured in publications such as, Forum, Wealth Professional, Investment Executive and The Globe & Mail. She is often asked to share her insights at conferences, and on radio, television and podcast programs. Jackie was awarded the 2019 Wealth Professionals “Female Trailblazer of the Year” award.

New Years Refresh: Financial Resolutions for the Newly Divorced

After the turbulence of 2020, many of us are all breathing a collective sigh of relief. Especially for the recently divorced, turning the page to a new year likely cannot come fast enough. […]

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Post-Divorce Holiday Spending Tips to Keep You in the Black

Beth recently divorced Brad and she is relieved to finally having the ordeal over with. Unfortunately, it has meant her moving into an apartment and having to rebuild her savings. Yet as she […]

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Protect Yourself: Top Three Financial Risks and How to Avoid Them

This month, we are talking about the top three financial risks a person may face over their lifetime. These risks can significantly impact your financial health, and if you encounter these risks you […]

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Taking the Reins of Your Aging Parents Finances. What You Need to Know…

You are beginning to realize it may be time to take over. Perhaps you have visited recently, and you are getting concerned. There are hardly any groceries in the fridge and bills seem […]

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I’m Recently Divorced, Now What?

Now that the ink has finally dried on your divorce it’s time to start making plans. Recognizing that you may be feeling anxious about the life you are leaving behind, there is wisdom […]

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Financial Implications of Common Law Relationships

Have you chosen to forgo marriage and opted to live in a common-law relationship? Canadian law does not treat common-law relationships and marriages the same. For example, if you are a divorcée who […]

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