Here is a collection of articles we have published so you can stay informed!

Cutting Down Capital Gains Tax On Real Estate Sales

Cutting Down Capital Gains Tax On Real Estate Sales

The article "Cutting down capital gains tax on real estate sales" was originally published in MoneySense on February 23, 2022. Photo by Mart Production from Pexels. Defer RRSP contributions to mitigate taxes Is there any real estate investment I could invest my...

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Corporate Investments For Retirees

Corporate Investments For Retirees

The article "Corporate investments for retirees" was originally published in MoneySense on February 15, 2022. Photo by Andrea Piacquadio from Pexels. Retired with cash and investments in a corporation, and wondering how to withdraw with minimal tax implications? I’m...

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How To Find A Lost Life Insurance Policy

How To Find A Lost Life Insurance Policy

The article "How to find a lost life insurance policy" was originally published in MoneySense on February 8, 2022. Photo by Sofia Alejandra from Pexels. A death in the family is always stressful, but money can make it more so. Here’s expert advice for rights to a lost...

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The Process Of Unlocking A LIRA Account In Canada

The Process Of Unlocking A LIRA Account In Canada

The article "The process of unlocking a LIRA account in Canada" was originally published in MoneySense on February 1, 2022. Photo by cottonbro from Pexels. What can you do? What can’t you do? Let’s clarify some conflicting online information about locked-in retirement...

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How To Leave Money To Your Grandkids

How To Leave Money To Your Grandkids

The article "How to leave money to your grandkids" was originally published in MoneySense on December 28, 2021. Photo by Ekaterina Shakharova on Unsplash. In my experience, most people leave their entire estate to their children. But you can name other people to...

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CPP vs RRSP: Can You Transfer Your CPP To An RRSP?

CPP vs RRSP: Can You Transfer Your CPP To An RRSP?

The article "CPP vs RRSP: Can you transfer your CPP to an RRSP?" was originally published in MoneySense on December 20, 2021.Photo by Karolina Grabowska from Pexels. Is it possible to transfer CPP to RRSP? The answer is a quick one, but there’s more to an CPP and...

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What Are The Tax Benefits Of Donating To Charity?

What Are The Tax Benefits Of Donating To Charity?

The article "What are the tax benefits of donating to charity?" was originally published in MoneySense on December 14, 2021.Photo by RODNAE Productions from Pexels. ’Tis the season for giving and some may be wondering how donating to charity saves tax on your tax...

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How To Invest As A Teenager In Canada

How To Invest As A Teenager In Canada

The article "How to invest as a teenager in Canada" was originally published in MoneySense on November 29, 2021. Photo by Creative Christians on Unsplash.   Birthday money burning a hole? Read our "investing for teens" guide for where to invest, how to buy...

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Do RRIF Beneficiaries Pay Tax?

Do RRIF Beneficiaries Pay Tax?

The article "Do RRIF beneficiaries pay tax?" was originally published in MoneySense on November 22, 2021. Photo by Polina Tankilevitch from Pexels. Is it possible to avoid tax as a RRIF beneficiary? Find out if timing could be an issue, as well as rules around...

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Should You Take RRSP Withdrawals To Pay Down Debt?

Should You Take RRSP Withdrawals To Pay Down Debt?

The article "Should you take RRSP withdrawals to pay down debt?" was originally published in MoneySense on November 9, 2021. Photo by Mikhail Nilov from Pexels. With a partner out of work, this reader is considering a RRSP withdrawal to try to reduce her mortgage...

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Reasons To Consider Early RRSP And RRIF Withdrawals

Reasons To Consider Early RRSP And RRIF Withdrawals

The article "Reasons to consider early RRSP and RRIF withdrawals" was originally published in MoneySense on October 19, 2021. Photo by Mikhail Nilov from Pexels. I get a lot of reader-submitted questions about early RRSP and RRIF withdrawals and how much to take out....

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How Much To Take Out Of Your RRSP In Your 60s

How Much To Take Out Of Your RRSP In Your 60s

The article "How much to take out of your RRSP in your 60s" was originally published in MoneySense on October 4, 2021. Photo by Marcus Aurelius from Pexels. Although RRSP withdrawals can be deferred no later than age 72, it may be necessary or advisable to make...

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How To Figure Out Your Investment Fees

How To Figure Out Your Investment Fees

The article "How to figure out your investment fees" was originally published in MoneySense on September 28, 2021. Photo by Andrea Piacquadio from Pexels. John is unclear about what he’s paying his advisor, and cannot seem to get a straight answer. Q. I was wondering...

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Home Buyers: How Large Should Your Down Payment Be?

Home Buyers: How Large Should Your Down Payment Be?

The article "Home buyers: How large should your down payment be?" was originally published in MoneySense on August 23, 2021. Photo by SHVETS production from Pexels. Is it best to maximize your down payment on a house or condo purchase, or keep some money to invest?...

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How Much Should You Withdraw From Your RRIF?

How Much Should You Withdraw From Your RRIF?

The article "How much should you withdraw from your RRIF?" was originally published in MoneySense on August 16, 2021. Sandy wants to deplete a registered retirement income fund by age 90 and wonders how much to take out each year. Q. I am 78 and have $330,000 in my...

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Are Interest Payments Tax Deductible?

Are Interest Payments Tax Deductible?

The article "Are interest payments tax deductible?" was originally published in MoneySense on August 9, 2021.  Photo by Photo by Windows on Unsplash. Interest paid may be tax deductible under the right circumstances. Find out which scenario might apply to you....

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Can You Change Your Mind About Taking CPP Early?

Can You Change Your Mind About Taking CPP Early?

The article "Can you change your mind about taking CPP early?" was originally published in MoneySense on August 3, 2021.  Photo by Anna Shvets from Pexels. Rena started receiving Canada Pension Plan benefits at age 60 and wants to know if she can now defer the...

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