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Pramod Udiaver

Passionate about personal finance, Pramod co-founded Invisor to simplify investing and help Canadians reach their financial dreams sooner

Pramod Udiaver is the Co-founder and Chief Executive Officer of Invisor Investment Management Inc., an online financial advisor in Canada that provides personalized investment management services. Passionate about personal finance and a student of financial markets himself, Pramod & his team’s mission at Invisor is to simplify investing and help Canadians reach their financial dreams sooner.

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I've Lost My Job: Now What?

With economic conditions remaining challenging in Canada, we have seen several corporations looking at different ways to manage their profitability. From Bombardier, to Canada's Finning International Inc., the world's largest dealer of Caterpillar Inc. equipment, to several Canadian banks, reports of job layoffs is daily news. In January 2016 alone, Canada suffered 5,700 job losses, pushing the national unemployment rate to a two-year high of 7.2 per cent.
03/01/2016 03:22 EST
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5 Vital Retirement Planning Tips

The average Canadian life span is steadily increasing and is currently in the mid-80s for both men and women. Plan to keep working as long as you can to build a portfolio that will support you well into your 90s. Start saving early even if it is a small amount of money today. It's the little drops of water that make the mighty ocean!
01/28/2016 04:25 EST
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7 Scary Money Moves Investors Should Avoid

Halloween is almost here, and for adults there isn't really much to fear (except maybe running out of candy). In real life there are some truly terrifying money moves that all investors should avoid. Here are seven money mistakes people make and the fixes that can take your finances from scary to successful.
10/30/2015 04:58 EDT
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Plan Ahead to Minimize Future Education Costs

For most young parents, approaching the new school year means getting the family prepared and equipped, and that comes at a cost -- on average, Canadians spend $428 per child to get them ready for school. While the annual cost of sending your children to school is high, there are some much larger costs coming down the road if your child plans on attending college or university.
09/01/2015 08:11 EDT