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Chemotherapy treatment at its very best is not a pleasant experience
The last thing any parent is going to think when their child gets a diagnosis of cancer is: "This might ruin us financially."
Unfortunately, it should be one of the first concerns.
At a time when great strides are being made in the fight against most forms of paediatric cancer, a new study shows that one of the lingering, mostly undiscussed side effects of treatment is financial consequences that can last a lifetime, regardless of the outcome of any treatment.
ReDev Canadian shopping malls continue to deliver for passive income investors
TORONTO, Dec. 9, 2015
ReDev Properties Ltd. is set to ring in the New Year on a high, with hints to greater attention to what the company believes is an enticing market for investors West of Ontario.
Despite market fluctuations, including the downward pressure on Canadian oil prices and the contraction in the energy sector, the company's strong performance indicates long-term growth for ReDev Properties with several successful transactions this year.
Final salary pension scheme deficits become increasingly worrisome
A new report highlighted in a recent FT article from the Pensions Institute, part of Cass Business School, has shown up to 1,000 defined benefit schemes are at ‘serious’ risk of falling into the Pension Protection Fund.
The report, ‘The Greatest Good for the Greatest Number’, predicts that the businesses of hundreds of employers will become insolvent well before the end of their recovery plans, under which the trustees and sponsor agree contributions to make good the deficit over an agreed number of years.
It shows that on insolvency, these schemes may have insufficient funds to pay members’ pensions in full.