More information on RRSPs

Here’s a list of websites, tools, books and contacts to help you make the most of your RRSP.



Online only.


For more information on RRSPs talk with your financial adviser or visit the Canada Revenue Agency’s Registered Retirement Savings Plan (RRSP) website.

Topics include:
Setting up an RRSP
Contributing to an RRSP
Making withdrawals
Receiving income from an RRSP
Death of an RRSP annuitant
Anti-avoidance rules for RRSPs and RRIFs
RRSP Tax-Free Withdrawal Schemes
Forms and publications – (RRSPs)

Tools RRSP tax refund calculator
Dynamic Funds: RRSP loan calculator
Investor Education Fund: RRSP savings at retirement calculator
Investor Education Fund: Retirement budget worksheet 
Investor Education Fund: Pay down debt or invest calculator
MoneySense: Compound Interest Calculator


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MoneySense: Directory of fee-only financial planners

One comment on “More information on RRSPs

  1. I have a mortgage of lets say $330K. I have been aggressive in paying it down over the past few years, but thinking it might be better to put more into RRSP and amortize over a longer period of time 25 years instead of 15. Will I likely come out much further ahead over the next 10 to 15 years?


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