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Kevin Cahill, Author of Success to Significance

Kevin Cahill, Author of Success to Significance

Philanthropy means “love of humanity” in the sense of caring for, nourishing, developing, and enhancing “what it is to be human”. Therefore a philanthropist is defined as a person who loves humanity. A philanthropist is not determined by the size of the charitable gift but rather by the size of the love that is given with the gift. Every person who gives their time and money to support a charitable cause is a philanthropist. So a person who through generosity, big or small, will create moments of joy for people in need – whether it be food, shelter, a hug or simply just a smile. Read more...

 
Ensure steady retirement income with a low-risk annuity investment

Ensure steady retirement income with a low-risk annuity investment

\"Ensure steady retirement income with a low-risk annuity investment\' originally published www.expertbeacon.com Read more...

 
Vote switchers in Ontario Politics

Vote switchers in Ontario Politics

Some voters will stick with their usual choice when they mark the ballot, but for others it's time for change, CBC's Steven D'Souza reports Read more...

 
HOW Do You Find Your Passion in Life?

HOW Do You Find Your Passion in Life?

Have you painted that picture for yourself? Live large, dream big and no matter what, do not let anyone diminish your value or your importance. Read more...

 
Embracing the Whole Person Concept

Embracing the Whole Person Concept

Philosopher Dr. Mortimer J. Adler was the first to introduce the Whole Person Concept, which challenges us to strive for a proper balance in all aspects of our life. Read more...

 
20 Questions with Kevin Cahill from Canadian Legacy Builder

20 Questions with Kevin Cahill from Canadian Legacy Builder

FS Local asked local business owners to let the FS Local community in on what makes me uniquely me. Why do I love my city? Where do I spend my off-time? What are my most craved eats? Read more...

 
Day in the Life...

Day in the Life...

"I focus on starting each day on a happy note whether that be through listening to something uplifting, and inspirational reading or positive thinking." Read more...

 
Multi-million dollar scams? Blame the investors, suggest some advisors

Multi-million dollar scams? Blame the investors, suggest some advisors

"The worst part about this case," adds Cahill. "...is that the people who just lost money and got burned will never trust again." Read more...

 
Pi, a Rainbow and a Nudist Beach

Pi, a Rainbow and a Nudist Beach

If you feel lost, just take a deep breath and realize that being lost can be turning point of finding out who you truly are, and what you truly want to do. So don’t be afraid to lose yourself. The individual that comes out of the maze might just surprise you. Read more...

 
Advisors defend Big Five salaries

Advisors defend Big Five salaries

“The rich earned what they deserve and rather than criticizing them, we should embrace what they have done, and learn from them rather that casting them out as evil,” writes Kevin Cahill in his latest Canadian Legacy Builder blog. “Life is like a long game consisting of a lot of educational values. The people that work hard within it get rewards in return.” Read more...

 
Canadians prioritize debt, not financial advice: Poll

Canadians prioritize debt, not financial advice: Poll

"For the majority of people, debt is scary, debt is frightening," says Ontario advisor Kevin Cahill. "The financial industry has become so complicated and confusing. And, advisors don’t make any money by counselling on debt." Read more...

 
Ask a Luminary - Why Am I So Alone?

Ask a Luminary - Why Am I So Alone?

Separation, isolation and loneliness are enormous challenges for any human being. These feelings can be devastating to physical and mental health. What causes separation, this profound feeling of loneliness and isolation that so many struggle with daily? The answer is simple… FEAR. Read more...

 
Doubts emerge about new Advocis index

Doubts emerge about new Advocis index

“Who cares about advisor confidence? I want to know who and what are the credentials of the advisors being asked to participate,” says Kevin Cahill, a financial planner based out of Guelph. “A financial schmuck who has no education and is only out to make commission income will have very different first-hand knowledge from a fee-for-service advisor who is passionate about the industry.” Read more...

 
Canadian Legacy Builder – Creating A Future Bigger Than The Past

Canadian Legacy Builder – Creating A Future Bigger Than The Past

FS Local sat down and talked with Kevin about Canadian Legacy Builder and what’s behind the business. Read more...

 
The plight of the underused RDSP

The plight of the underused RDSP

Kevin Cahill, certified financial planner with Canadian Legacy Builder in Guelph, isn't surprised by this obstacle, adding that banks don't prioritize products that don’t make money. Read more...

 
Young mortgage brokers the next gen of advisors?

Young mortgage brokers the next gen of advisors?

“You couldn’t call yourself a dentist without going to dental school ... but anyone can call themselves a financial advisor,” says Kevin Cahill, certified financial planner with Canadian Legacy Builder in Guelph. “I am very adamant that unless you have your CFP (the international certification), you are not a financial planner.” Read more...

 
Advocis launches members-only directory

Advocis launches members-only directory

“Online Internet directories are just gimmicks. Anyone with enough money and time can end up first in Google, which is where people go first,” says Kevin Cahill, certified financial planner with Canadian Legacy Builder in Guelph. “I feel Advocis is investing money to talk about how great of a job they are doing, instead of ensuring that everyone is actually doing a good job.” Read more...

 
Inspirational Luminary - Inspiremetoday.com

Inspirational Luminary - Inspiremetoday.com

Everyone is unique and the best path to your ideal legacy must be unique too. You can reach all your goals with the right plan. If you can hold the dream in your head, you can hold it in your hand. Read more...

 
Making A Difference – Building A Bridge With Legacies

Making A Difference – Building A Bridge With Legacies

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Why competition is unhealthy for the charitable sector

Why competition is unhealthy for the charitable sector

Having a tool to encourage conversation is beneficial, but despite the rhetoric and the introduction of the so-called “super credit,” unless those 15-to-24-year-olds who make up most of the first-time donors start printing money in their parents’ basement, the Canadian charitable giving landscape is about to change drastically. Read more...

 
CFP should be Minimum Standard of Professionalism

CFP should be Minimum Standard of Professionalism

Can a chiropractor help you create lifeboats that if not needed could ultimately turn into legacies to help the people you love and the causes you care about? Read more...

 
Charities might be concerned with the latest federal budget

Charities might be concerned with the latest federal budget

Having a tool to encourage conversation is beneficial, but despite the rhetoric and the introduction of the so-called “super credit,” unless those 15-to-24-year-olds who make up most of the first-time donors start printing money in their parents’ basement, the Canadian charitable giving landscape is about to change drastically. Read more...

 
Kevin Cahill Achieves Membership in Million Dollar Round Table

Kevin Cahill Achieves Membership in Million Dollar Round Table

Outstanding client service, ethics and professionalism have enabled Kevin T. Cahill CFP, CHS, CLU, EPC of Guelph, ON, to achieve membership in the prestigious Million Dollar Round Table — The Premier Association of Financial Professionals.® Read more...

 
Why some American citizens living in Canada should be concerned

Why some American citizens living in Canada should be concerned

I think living as a U.S. citizen outside of the United States is at best difficult and at worst impossible from a taxation perspective. Read more...

 
Enabling the Dreams of Others

Enabling the Dreams of Others

'Enabling the Dreams of Others' - Originally published January 2013 on Amazon for Kindle and addresses how and why individuals should consider creatively using Cash Value Permanent Life Insurance as both an income and a legacy tool. Read more...

 
An RRSP is a good financial tool ... unless it's not

An RRSP is a good financial tool ... unless it's not

'An RRSP is a good financial tool ... unless it's not' - Originally published February 25th, 2013 in the Globe and Mail Read more...

 
Dos and Don'ts When Considering a Universal Life Insurance Policy

Dos and Don'ts When Considering a Universal Life Insurance Policy

"Dos and Don'ts When Considering a Universal Life Insurance Policy' originally published www.expertbeacon.com Read more...

 
Dos and Don'ts When Considering a Whole Life Insurance Policy

Dos and Don'ts When Considering a Whole Life Insurance Policy

"Dos and Don'ts When Considering a Whole Life Insurance Policy' originally published www.expertbeacon.com Read more...

 
Dos and Don'ts When Considering a Term to 100 Insurance Policy

Dos and Don'ts When Considering a Term to 100 Insurance Policy

"Dos and Don'ts When Considering a Term to 100 Insurance Policy' originally published www.expertbeacon.com Read more...

 
Understanding your Permanent Insurance Options

Understanding your Permanent Insurance Options

"Understanding your Permanent Insurance Options' originally published www.expertbeacon.com Read more...

 
There Must be a Better Way

There Must be a Better Way

'There Must be a Better Way' - originally published in the May 2012 edition of Exchange Magazine for Leave a Legacy Read more...

 
Peace of Mind, for Today and for Tomorrow

Peace of Mind, for Today and for Tomorrow

'Peace of Mind, for Today and for Tomorrow' - Originally published in the Fall 2010 edition of Home, Health & Family magazine. Read more...

 
Commit Yourself to

Commit Yourself to "Fiscal" Fitness

'Commit Yourself to "Fiscal" Fitness' - Originally published in the Summer 2010 edition of Moving Business Forward Magazine for the Guelph Chamber of Commerce Read more...

 
Unmarried Couples: Sharing Lives and Money Too

Unmarried Couples: Sharing Lives and Money Too

'Unmarried Couples: Sharing Lives and Money Too' - Originally published in the Spring 2010 edition of Home, Health & Family magazine. Read more...

 
Straighten Up Your Financial House

Straighten Up Your Financial House

'Straighten Up Your Financial House' - Originally published in the Winter 2009 edition of Moving Business Forward Magazine for the Guelph Chamber of Commerce Read more...

 
Charting Your Course

Charting Your Course

'Charting Your Course' - Originally published in the Fall 2009 edition of Home, Health & Family magazine. Read more...

 
The Upside of Down Markets

The Upside of Down Markets

'The Upside of Down Markets' - Originally published in the Winter 2007 edition of Moving Business Forward Magazine for the Guelph Chamber of Commerce Read more...

 
Retirement Planning: All the Fun of a Root Canal

Retirement Planning: All the Fun of a Root Canal

'Retirement Planning: All the Fun of a Root Canal' - Originally published February 9th, 2007 in the Guelph Mercury Read more...

 
Know Your Tax Changes for 2006

Know Your Tax Changes for 2006

'Know Your Tax Changes for 2006' - Originally published in Autumn edition of Moving Business Forward Magazine for the Guelph Chamber of Commerce Read more...