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Money; how do you make, save and preserve more of your money? And that is the question of a lifetime. If everyone knew how to make, save and preserve more money and wealth they would have done it.  There are millions of millionaire’s and thousands of billionaire’s in the world so in fact what seems to be an unattainable plateau has been reached several times over.

Everyone has their own circumstances and you have heard every rags to riches story there is including the boring but true philosophy of dynastic wealth that is transferred down to family members that have little or no idea how to make, keep and not lose those hard earned dollars and assets.

If we all started from the same place the world would be even more different than the disparity we have today. Some even have greater penalties like language and skill and greater hardships are faced with business owners having to face bankruptcies and closure.

The difference between success and failure is simple “knowledge is power” if you  know and have timely information and act upon it. Often the difference between the haves and the have nots is understanding the power. the power of you. People, humans, shoppers and tax payers have evolved and most of them can read and do math and with this combined basic to advance financial literacy they try to make, save and preserve more of their hard earned wealth or inherited money.

When you don’t know you don’t know and therefore the best advice is you get what you pay for and top dollar paid for advice is one of the best things you can ever do. You may not even take the advice, it may be  a second opinion but to make or save larger amounts of money one realizes you do get what you pay for.

 

 

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CA money mostly known as Canadian Money – meaning MONEY in Canada. others may think the meaning is for California Money. Just the same it is North America and the dollars although diminished in purchasing power still has significant meaning to those who hold it and to those who want it.

With companies and counties and coutries going bankrupt there is room for an honest online blog that looks at money by itself, in a different province, state or country today the idea of money is more meaningful now than ever before.  It doesn’t matter if you are from California or Canada – lets start with microeconomics and then move on to macroecomomics and include the rest of the world on how to change the economy, invest in the future and generate a higher standard of living for more people and improve the lives of the less fortunate where and when we can.

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Growth in the mutual fund industry has slowed down substantially, and for dealers to succeed in the highly competitive industry, they must focus on improving their technology, back office and financial planning support offerings, a recent study suggests.

Chuck Grace, a lecturer at the Richard Ivey School of Business and a management consultant with Fusion Consulting, presented results on Monday of a recent study by Fusion Consulting, a firm that focuses on investment fund distribution in Canada.

The study, completed in June, surveyed 12 mutual fund dealers and 20,000 advisors, covering 70% of the assets governed by the Mutual Fund Dealers Association of Canada.

It found that advisors were largely satisfied with their dealers’ offerings in the areas of products, support, compensation, compliance and stability. These are all critically important offerings, most of which are correlated with asset growth and distribution network growth, and firms must continue to keep advisors satisfied in these areas to survive in the industry, according to Grace.

“You’ve just got to have it to keep up,” he said, speaking at the Univeris 2010 Summit in Toronto.

The advisors surveyed were less impressed with their dealers’ technology, front office and back office offerings.

“Technology, back office and front office appear to be the weak part of the equation,” Grace said. “The advisors are saying they’re not getting all the value they need from those three areas.”

On the front office side, he said advisors are particularly unimpressed with financial planning support from their dealers.  “No one’s doing a great job on financial planning,” he said. “No one’s delivering a lot of value or executing, and you’re all doing it the same way.”

He noted that many dealers leave the financial planning process up to advisors, in an effort to provide each advisor with flexibility in their approach. But advisors are now asking for more support.

This is one area where dealers should innovate to set themselves apart, according to Grace. “There’s an opportunity to differentiate your practice, your dealership and your advisors in the marketplace.”

Fund industry slows down

Differentiation in the industry has become critical as growth as slowed down. Fusion’s study found that mutual fund dealers experienced very little growth in net sales, distribution network growth and market share growth in the 12 months ending June 30th.

“Top line growth has stalled, and I don’t see it changing,” Grace said. “I don’t see double-digit top-line growth in your futures – not within the existing mutual fund dealership model.”

He said investment returns will decline in the years ahead, which will limit asset growth for the industry.

“Assets are going to be pretty flat by the standards that some of us grew up with in the 80s and 90s.”

Growth in the industry’s distribution network has also slowed down. And with many advisors preparing to retire in the next few years, the distribution base could begin to shrink.

Grace pointed out that the only dealers that experienced growth in their advisor networks in the past year were firms that hire rookie advisors.

“If you’re looking to grow your firm on the backs of seasoned veterans, I can’t find any evidence that it’s working,” he said.

In order for dealers to grow in this challenging environment, Grace said they should look beyond mutual funds to stocks, exchange traded funds, insurance and other products.

“If you want to grow your top line, you’re going to have to get out from underneath mutual funds,” he said. “If you don’t have access to it all, you’ve handcuffed yourself to a 2% industry. You’ve got to get beyond that if you want to see some double-digit change in your business.”

Megan Harman

Canadian Money Reader for the blind and visually challenged

More Than Meets the Eye Scenario You think nothing of it when you run out to the convenience store to buy a litre of milk. You hand over a $5 bill, pocket the change, and head home. Now imagine that you live with significant vision loss. Getting to the store is one thing, paying for the milk is another. How will you know the $5 from a $20 in your wallet? And would you be comfortable relying on a stranger for help? This is the challenge faced by well over 800,000 Canadians whose vision loss cannot be corrected using ordinary lenses. And with an aging population, the number of affected Canadians is expected to double in the coming years[1]. The Bank of Canada recognizes that the blind and partially-sighted need bank notes that are easy to identify, and is committed to making cash more accessible for this growing segment of the population. Did You Know? The Bank takes blind and partially-sighted Canadians into account when designing bank notes, and has developed a suite of features to assist this community with independent living. Accessibility features are designed to do just that—make cash accessible to the blind and partially-sighted. That means that bank notes can be differentiated either by touch, sight, or electronic signal. Touch On our current Canadian bank notes (with the metallic stripe) you may have noticed the raised dots in the top right corner. This tactile feature is made up of sets of six raised dots. The number and position of these impressions vary depending on the denomination. For example, one set of dots means it’s a $5, and two sets represent a $10, and so on. You might think this system is Braille, but it’s not. It was developed with the help of blind and partially-sighted Canadians because research indicated that not all potential users read Braille. Sight For those with low vision, large high-contrast numbers appear on both sides of the notes. On the front you’ll find a dark number on a light background, and on the back there is a white number against a dark background. This makes the numbers stand out and easier to identify. Those with healthy eyesight take the vibrant colours used on our notes for granted, but they also help identify the denominations. We don’t need to read the printed ‘50’ to know that a red note is a $50 and a purple one’s a $10. Electronic Signal The bank note reader is a hand-held device into which you insert the edge of a bill to determine its worth. It was implemented by the Bank as a handy tool for the blind and partially-sighted to identify notes through machine-readable codes. It works in one of three ways: it talks (in English or French), it signals different sounds (for each denomination), or it vibrates to identify each note’s value. Moving Forward When a new series of bank notes is launched, you may think that it’s only about improved security. It’s about more than that. It’s about making continuous improvements and designing notes that all Canadians can rely on and use with confidence. In addressing the needs of those living with blindness or partial vision, the Bank’s goal is to make it easier for them to complete cash transactions with ease. There really is more to our money than meets the eye. Canada’s Bank Note Reader The reader is distributed at no charge by the Canadian National Institute for the Blind (CNIB) to assist people living with vision loss. To order the reader, contact the CNIB at 1 866 659-1843 or email store@cnib.ca. October is Eye Health Month This national public awareness campaign highlights the importance of eye health and regular eye exams. Visit www.opto.ca for more information. For more information and free training tools: www.bankofcanada.ca/en/banknotes education@bankofcanada.ca 1 888 513-8212

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MONEY MATTERS – Bonuses Reign as Top Employee Reward, CFOs Say

TORONTO, March 2 /CNW/ – Despite lean budgets for many businesses today, most financial executives say cash is king in recognizing their teams’ hard work. Thirty-four per cent of chief financial officers (CFOs) interviewed for the Accountemps survey cited bonuses as the most effective way to acknowledge a job well done. Another 28 per cent of CFOs, however, indicated that they do not reward employees after major projects.

The survey was developed by Accountemps, the world’s first and largest specialized staffing service for temporary accounting, finance and bookkeeping professionals. It was conducted by an independent research firm and includes responses from more than 270 CFOs from a stratified random sample of Canadian companies with more than 20 employees.

CFOs were asked, “Which of the following do you feel is most effective in rewarding your accounting team after major projects?” Their responses:

    Bonus  ..................................................       34%
    Time off  ...............................................       15%
    Departmental lunch or social gathering  .................       11%
    Tickets to sporting or entertainment events  ............        8%
    Do not reward  ..........................................       28%
    Don't know/no answer  ...................................        3%
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                                                                    99%(*)
    ((*) Survey does not equal 100 due to rounding)

“Offering bonuses for a job well done can be an effective way to motivate and retain employees,” said Kathryn Bolt, president of Accountemps’ Canadian operations. “For those workers taxed with additional responsibilities as a result of staff cutbacks, offering recognition demonstrates that their contributions are valued.”

Bolt acknowledged that bonuses may not be feasible for some firms. “While some companies may be challenged in offering compensation-based rewards, investing in budget-friendly recognition programs will help motivate staff and protect companies from the threat of employees leaving as the economy improves.”

About the Survey

The Canadian study was developed by Accountemps, a division of Robert Half International and the world’s first and largest specialized staffing service for temporary accounting, finance and bookkeeping professionals. It was conducted by an independent research firm and is based on more than 270 telephone interviews with CFOs from a random sample of Canadian companies with 20 or more employees.

About Accountemps

Accountemps has more than 360 offices worldwide and offers online job search services at www.accountemps.com. Follow Accountemps for workplace news at twitter.com/accountemps.

For further information: Kristie Perrotte, (416) 350-2330, kristie.perrotte@rhi.com

Canada set to Play Halak and the Slovakians

The Montreal Canadiens didn’t have one player that played for Team Canada Olympics. The Habs real  top goalie “Halak” is set to make his mark as one of the best by beating the defending olympic gold medal champions. The Swedes are finished now and the Slovakian team has nothing to lose now in facing the high scoring Canadians tomorrow at 4:30 pm Vancouver time 7:30 pm Toronto time. On the way to the gold medal round television history may be achieved in reaching the most watched hockey game in Canada ever.

Canadians ready to help Haiti Earthquake Victims

PORT-AU-PRINCE, Haiti – Military medics have begun treating Haitian earthquake survivors as the Canadian relief effort continues to expand. For the past two days they have been supporting a Belgian relief team at a makeshift clinic treating overflow patients from a neighbouring hospital. There are currently more than 115 Canadian military personnel in the country busy preparing for the Disaster Assistance Relief Team.

Canadian police officers posted with the UN have been acting as escorts for search and rescue teams. Today, a Dominican operation pulled out an elderly woman who had been pinned in her apartment since Tuesday’s earthquake.Consular officials have so far evacuated more than 500 Canadians, with two planes due to arrive in Canada today.

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As we begin our journey in describing every aspect of money possible I look to promote our business and philosophy in the best way possible. We now that the internet is exploding; computers are faster and cheaper and more and more people will have them as band with and security grow.  In Learning how to get better rankings for  money.ca and Money Canada Limited we may have to use some of our writing and editing prowess.  I have studied some key words in order to position our own key word of ‘MONEY’ at the top of internet search engines like Yahoo.ca, Yahoo.com, google.ca and google.com. MONEY.CA should join some of the top sites simply because its quality, content and presentation. We are simply promoting a well documented product, service and commodity as well.  Money is an important subject, at MONEY.CA for obvious monetary reasons. Sex for Love not Money…as we all know ‘sex sells’, also literary and literally; meaning that the greatest amount of look ups or searches done on the internet on search engines like Yahoo and google are in the following order…love than money than sex…love comes ahead of sex, but really sex is second to love, also noting that money is between love and sex, often this is typical  of love and sex because people do confuse sex for love and vice verse love for sex. That being said we I have shown you that the internet is as smart as the people who use it. There is an obvious play on words here, and they are meant playfully yet they are also meant to be significant in order to rank highly on search engines every where showing that as humans we might not always have our priorities right and we do enjoy the subjects of Love, Sex and Money. Our philosophy to get noticed maybe unorthodox but our target market is varied, and we would like to be where real people are in order to help them to determine their priorities and tell them about ours. We are promoting money, Canadian money and Canadian money services and products; we are promoting money education and creating wealth through many wonderful offers.  Join us to tell people the simple truth about money through our MONEY Magazine, MONEY Newsletter, MONEY ezine. Find out more on how you can participate in documenting this important subject of MONEY for the benefit of others.

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