CBC Ottawa’s “All In a Day” radio show host Alan Neal interviews Janet Gray, president of CARP (Canadian Association of Retired Persons) on the most recent tax credit offered to seniors due to the rising energy costs.  Listen to Neal and Gray discuss this important topic.
Running time is 9:17

As our population continues to age and we are faced with making decisions as to how to care for our loved ones and ourselves, long-term care planning is becoming a very important subject.
As a matter of fact, according to Statistics Canada, one in ten by age 55, three

The Canadian Association of Retired Persons (CARP) is an organization that helps boomers and zoomers age well in our country.  On this podcast, Janet Gray, the chair of the Ottawa chapter of CARP, joins us to share with us what CARP is all about and how it can benefit you

As an adult who’s parents are aging, it’s normal to wonder if they will have enough financially to support themselves.  In this podcast, Janet Gray, B.A, B.Admin, CFP, RHU, EPC, PRP, discusses with us things you can do to open the dialogue with your parents to ensure they are doing

In this podcast, financial planner, elder planning counsellor Janet Gray discusses with us some concerns Boomers may have when it comes to their retirement funds.  There are options available and Janet sheds some light on them.
Running time: 6:36 mins.

Let’s be honest.  Not everyone, or better yet, seldom people have the time to clean their entire home, including closets, cupboards and beneath a stairwell regularly.  It’s one of those things you do once a year at best and don’t think about until it’s time to move, reorganize or renovate.

A friend of mine lost her father several years ago.  Her mother, who is a dear Italian woman, has not let go of her husband’s items.  She still has a closet full of his clothing and a basement filled with items he once used.  For her, it’s unthinkable to let