RRSPs vs RESPs18th September, 2019
Mark Ting discusses whether a father should prioritize saving for retirement or funding his son’s registered education savings plan, on CBC radio with host Gloria Macarenko.
Why the 4-year college or university degree isn't for everyone13th September, 2019
Education beyond high school is important for many people, but the 4-year college or university model isn't always for everyone.
The inverted yield curve and what it means to investment portfolios19th August, 2019
Mark Ting discusses the inverted yield curve and what it means to investment portfolios on CBC radio with host Gloria Macarenko.
Keeping private information private12th August, 2019
Keeping private information private: Are credit monitoring systems worth the cost?
Is there a recession or bear market coming?12th August, 2019
Many investors wonder “is there a recession or bear market coming?” Mark Ting answers this question on CBC’s On the Coast with Gloria Macarenko.
Why young people should work during the summer2nd July, 2019
Mark Ting discusses why young people should work during the summer and gives some tips to improve their chances of being hired.
How to take advantage of a real estate buyers’ market31st May, 2019
Mark Ting discusses some tactics that buyer’s should consider when negotiating during a buyers’ real estate market.
Beyond meat should you buy into the hype15th May, 2019
Foundation Wealth’s Mark Ting discusses Beyond Meat, a company that makes plant-based meat substitutes who recently took their stock public to great fan fare.
Shirtsleeves to shirtsleeves in three generations – why we should care.9th May, 2019
The accepted experience of family businesses is that only 20 percent reach to the third generation and only 13 percent survive beyond third generation.
How registering your adult child to the title of the family home can cost you8th May, 2019
Foundation Wealth’s Mark Ting discusses whether adding an adult child to the title of the family home is an effective tax savings strategy.