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How does income from a rental property create RRSP contribution room?

And, perhaps more importantly, should Jerry, who’s retired, claim...

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Planning for an inheritance

Nearly half of Canadians expect to receive an inheritance....

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How to recover financially from divorce

Top tips: Try to avoid any hasty decisions regarding...

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Should you borrow to pay expenses on an investment property?

Garry, who’s retired, needs additional cash to cover the...

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Understanding your company pension plan

While the specifics can vary quite widely from plan...

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“Should I sell off some investments to avoid OAS clawbacks?”

Cam is already feeling heavily taxed in retirement and...

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“Who’ll pay for the cottage if I die?”

Having a mortgage doesn’t necessarily mean you need life...

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What is a pension bridge benefit and how does it work?

With retirement a couple years away, Kevin is considering...

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What the federal parties’ 2019 campaign platforms mean for your money

With the election approaching, we asked a financial planner...

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