More information on RRSPs

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

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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
Transferring
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

TaxServices.ca: 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

Books

Coming Feb. 6: RRSP Guide for MoneySense App and Next Issue readers
MoneySense: Guide to Retiring Wealthy

Lists

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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