Articles by Jackie Porter | Guest Author

Jackie Porter | Guest Author

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.

Job Loss and Divorce: How To Get Yourself on Track

Chances are you never thought you would be divorcing in the middle of a pandemic. You have made your wishes known and moved forward with the divorce proceedings… You had no idea that […]

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Women, Money, and Divorce: How to Move Forward

Your marriage has been in trouble for many years. The news of his desire to divorce is a surprise but not a shock. But the pain of him moving on and the fear […]

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Spousal Support: What you Need to Know

It was your idea to leave the relationship. But have you thought about the financial implications associated with separating from your spouse or common law partner? Separating from your spouse can be more […]

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Receiving and Paying Child Support What You Need to Know

You have two children who will be residing with your former partner 50 percent of the time. You have elected to have joint custody of your children in the separation agreement. What will […]

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Finance 101: A Helpful Guide for the Newly Divorced

Not sure where to start when it comes to taking the reins of your finances after a divorce?  This Finance 101 article was written exclusively for you!   The truth is- divorce is a […]

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