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Should you claim your common-law partner on your taxes?

Changing your status to common-law has an impact on your tax return and government benefits. Here’s how to know...

Should you claim your common-law partner on your taxes?

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Planning for retirement with little or no savings to draw on

Planning for retirement with little or no savings to draw on
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“Where do we pay income tax if we retire abroad?”

“Where do we pay income tax if we retire abroad?”
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RRIF and LIF withdrawal rates: Everything you need to know

Most registered retirement savings plans are eventually converted to registered retirement income funds. Here’s what to know about RRIF...

RRIF and LIF withdrawal rates: Everything you need to know

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What to do if you overcontributed to your RRSP

If you’ve accidentally overcontributed to your RRSP, you may pay a tax penalty. Here are your options for promptly...

What to do if you overcontributed to your RRSP

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When are TFSAs and RRSPs actually taxable?

Here’s what investors should know about the tax payable on U.S. and Canadian stocks in an RRSP and TFSA.

When are TFSAs and RRSPs actually taxable?
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Work-from-home tax credit: What Canadians can claim for 2023

The flat-rate home-office expense deduction is no longer available for 2023. But eligible employees who work from home can...

Work-from-home tax credit: What Canadians can claim for 2023
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How to qualify for EI benefits in retirement in Canada

Just because you paid loads into a program doesn't mean you'll get EI benefits when you retire

How to qualify for EI benefits in retirement in Canada

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How to model retirement income in Canada

The risk of having too much money left when you die is real. Often realizing this comes too late...

How to model retirement income in Canada

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