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Nat’s looking for help deciding which strategy truly is best: buy and hold for the long term, or sell off “losers” before they hurt your portfolio?
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And, perhaps more importantly, should Jerry, who’s retired, claim RRSP deductions or the capital cost allowance, to reduce his lifetime tax payable?
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Garry, who’s retired, needs additional cash to cover the cost of maintaining a property he rents out. Should he consider taking out a line of credit backed by his equity?
Online only, 29/10/2019 / Comments (0)
Cam is already feeling heavily taxed in retirement and wonders if he should get rid of his dividend-paying investments to avoid losing Old Age Security benefits.
Online only, 09/10/2019 / Comments (0)
With retirement a couple years away, Kevin is considering his options. Forgoing the bridge benefit may help him enjoy his pension payments for longer.
Online only, 02/10/2019 / Comments (0)
With the election approaching, we asked a financial planner to break down the issues that will hit your wallet.
Online only, 24/09/2019 / Comments (0)
TD e-Series Funds have been staples for passive index-fund investors and Canadian Couch Potato enthusiasts for two decades. Here’s a roundup of recent changes to the funds, and what that may mean for you.
Online only, 18/09/2019 / Comments (0)
Karen divorced at 55 and worries about carrying mortgage debt when she retires. At the same time, she thinks rent may cost more than she pays now. A comparison of the two scenarios will help her decide.
Online only, 04/09/2019 / Comments (0)
Saving up for the big day could be easier than you think.
Online only, 27/08/2019 / Comments (0)
Ralph has unused savings in a registered education savings plan, and wonders if he can move the taxable portion to his wife’s retirement plan.