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A lot of people think that creating an endowment fund is something only rich people can afford. 

Life insurance can leave a lasting legacy

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Have you ever wished you could do more to support the meaningful work of your church or favourite charity?

Digital footprints can haunt your estate

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Eric Bundgard has some sage advice for everyone: you know death is a reality we will all face, so be prepared for when it occurs.

Cardinal Ambrozic's painting reveals art of the deal

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Former Toronto cardinal, Aloysius Ambrozic, wasn’t a big collector of art. 

Shepherd's Trust has been ‘a godsend’ in helping with a safe retirement for priests in golden years

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Fr. Don MacLean’s kidneys are failing and he needs dialysis on a regular basis in order to remain in good health. But with the help of The Shepherds’ Trust fund, he has found himself in the right place at the right time.

Fossil fuel shares finding fewer takers

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When climate scientists say humans have a mere 12 years to avoid extreme consequences — floods, famine, fires and refugees — from a two- to three-degree rise in the average global temperature, it may be foolish to wait for governments to solve the problem. 

End-of-life care requires good planning

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If vacations, weddings, babies and football games are important enough to require planning, why don’t we plan for sickness, frailty and dying?

Cremation becoming a popular option for Catholic burials

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When Amy Profenna recently met with a lawyer to update her Will, one of the questions she was asked was if she wanted to be cremated.

Good pre-planning avoids estate pitfalls

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It happens often that a deceased person leaves a sum of money to support a broad cause without naming a specific charity.

Taking the mystery out of probate fees

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If people think they will no longer be paying taxes upon death, they are sadly mistaken. As Benjamin Franklin wrote, “in this world nothing can be said to be certain, except death and taxes.”