Blog Posts

What happens to an RESP when you die?

A Registered Education Savings Plan (RESP) allows you to save for a child's post-secondary education. You place money in the account, and it grows over time. When your child is ready to attend university, he or she can withdraw the money to help pay for costs.  Who...

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Top podcasts to listen to to brush up on financial literacy

No matter what industry in which you make your mark, you need to stay up-to-date financially. But as a busy professional, you don’t always have time to sit down and read a book. Luckily, there is now a podcast for everything - including money! The RaeLipskie...

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Maintaining Your Lifestyle Into Retirement

  Decumulation is not a word that is familiar to most people, but it is one every retiree has to live with. Decumulation is the stage in life when you stop accumulating assets and begin to unwind them. An example is when homeowners decide to downsize to a condo...

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Generations at RaeLipskie over the last 30 years

As our 30th anniversary approaches, we asked our dedicated team to share the milestones they’ve reached while working at The RaeLipskie Partnership over the years. In this month’s blog, we invite you to take a walk down memory lane with us as our team reminisces on...

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Avoiding Common Missteps When Saving For The Future

Young professionals in their twenties and thirties can often make missteps when trying to save for the future. To help navigate some of these tricky situations, the RaeLipskie Partnership has rounded up the top five most common missteps when it comes to investments...

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The Women of RaeLipskie

This month, we sat down with some of the amazing women who work at the RaeLipskie Partnership to find out more about life at RaeLipskie and their best financial advice. Get to know these hard workers — and their Uptown favorites — in this month’s blog! Name: Andréa...

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Start Saving for the Future Today

“Hesitation is often like procrastination. One may have vague doubts and feel a need to mull things over; meanwhile, other issues intrude on thought and no decision is taken.” — Robert J. Shiller, Economist Save. Save. Save. It’s a staple of personal advice and...

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Market Fluctuations Over the Last 30 years

As we enter 2019, RaeLipskie is delighted to celebrate our 30th year of making your wealth work harder for you. Our first 30 years were filled with success, prosperity and giving back, leaving us thrilled to see what our next 30 brings. In preparation to celebrate our...

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A Year in Review

2018 has been a great one at The RaeLipskie Partnership. Through our professional and personal victories, giving back to our community and having fun around the office, 2018 has been one of our most memorable 12 months. As we approach our 30th year it is time to...

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