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When it comes to money management, and managing our money we don’t have to be told that things have changed, we can feel it.

At PB Fraser and Company we look at money management differently.  Gone are the days of getting a degree and landing a great paying life-time career, or investing in real estate to capitalize on a high return.  Money management today is about having someone you can trust to provide sound advise and invest wisely so you experience better with your money.

In many ways things aren’t quite what they used to be. It is incredible to think that only 20 years ago cell phones were the size of a toaster and priced at such exorbitant levels, only the rich could enjoy them. Today, we walk around with a tiny computer in our pocket that enables us to call friends, record our child’s first steps, take a family photo, find a place to eat and hail a driver, with minimal thought or effort.

Just looking around us, we see the evidence of change everywhere.


“Get a degree and you’ll get a great job.”

University degrees are a dime a dozen and don’t guarantee you anything.

“Work for a blue-chip company for 40 years and collect a pension.”

Guaranteed company pension plans are a thing of the past.

“Buy a house; it’s the best investment you’ll ever make.”

Housing is a necessity and an asset, not necessarily an investment.

“Save what you can. The market will take care of the rest.”

This isn’t as true as it used to be, especially in a low interest rate environment.

Like everything else, money managment isn’t what it used to be. Expectations are the same, but success seems harder to come by. Just like your old toaster sized cell phone, the old rules apply to a bygone era.

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