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The Sussexes and their quest for financial independence has been all over the global news. Their dilemma is not that uncommon to many couples their age. What does it take to embrace financial independence and why is that so critical in an individual’s true evolution into adulthood? It’s a question many financial advisors may find themselves discussing with affluent families across Canada.
Canadians have trouble understanding a whole gambit of financial concepts like inflation, interest rates, credit reports, stocks, risk, debt and loans, according to the 2014 Canadian Financial Capability Survey*. In the most recent edition of survey, released November 26, 2019, there are emerging signs of financial stress for some Canadians, especially those who don’t have a budget or financial plan. This week, KBR starts a new series on financial basics to help.