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Alitis Investment Counsel Inc
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A marriage contract can save couples money down the road if they do divorce and may wind up spending a lot more money on lawyers to fight over assets.
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Join us for cocktails & appetizers as we celebrate the opening of our new office in #Victoria!
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The best advice is to get professional advice before transferring assets or placing them into joint names.
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Canadian seniors are the demographic increasing debt at the fastest rate.
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Consumers are being urged to monitor their online personal data and be more vigilant about what information they give out after the security breach at Equifax, the latest in a growing list of high-profile cyber attacks.
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Alitis was the Title Sponsor for the Campbell River Hospital Foundation’s Golf Because You Care tournament that was held on September 9th at Storey Creek Golf Course.

http://alitis.ca/press-release/golf-because-you-care
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Both RRSPs and TFSAs offer Canadians a powerful means of saving for retirement. Canadians are not limited to choosing one plan over the other, and many opt for both plans to meet their savings and retirement goals.
TFSA or RRSP?
TFSA or RRSP?
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Along with the start of postsecondary school comes the cost of that education. This takes a plan. Time for a reminder of the five key ways to pay for an education.
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The newly proposed tax-planning measures will fundamentally change the way corporate aftertax income reinvested in passive investments will be managed.
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Is it likely you’ll get robbed while on vacation? No. But even so, there are some simple steps you can take to make sure something annoying (phone theft) doesn’t turn into something far more serious (identity theft).
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