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

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 November 3, 2022. 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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Can You Avoid Probate Taxes On TFSAs?

Can You Avoid Probate Taxes On TFSAs?

The article “Can you avoid probate taxes on TFSAs?" was originally published in MoneySense on October 28, 2022. Photo by Sora Shimazaki from Pexels. Find out how to shield TFSAs from probate taxes, when no beneficiary or successor has been named for the registered...

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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 October 28, 2022. Photo by Ekaterina Shakharova on Unsplash. If you’re a grandparent and want to leave money to your grandchildren, here are tips on how best to do that. In my...

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Is An RRSP Loan A Good Idea?

Is An RRSP Loan A Good Idea?

The article “Is an RRSP loan a good idea?” was originally published in MoneySense on October 28, 2022. Photo by pressfoto from freepik.com. Depending on which tax bracket you’re in and whether you have other debt, you might be better off simply directing what you...

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Financial Planning In Your 70s

Financial Planning In Your 70s

The article "Financial planning in your 70s" was originally published in MoneySense on October 6, 2022. Photo created by rawpixel.com - www.freepik. Be mindful of these money concerns, even after retirement. When most people think about financial planning, they think...

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Is A Vacation Home A Good Investment?

Is A Vacation Home A Good Investment?

The article "Is a vacation home a good investment?" was originally published in MoneySense on September 20, 2022. Photo by Maria Orlova on Pexels. A cottage or other vacation property can provide a great way to unwind and spend time with family. But what are some of...

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Can You Gift A Farm To Your Kids To Avoid Taxes?

Can You Gift A Farm To Your Kids To Avoid Taxes?

The article "Can you gift a farm to your kids to avoid taxes?" was originally published in MoneySense on September 12, 2022. Photo by Gregory Hayes on Unsplash. The idea to gift property to a family member for a dollar to avoid tax is a common one. But can this be...

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Should You Buy Real Estate Through A Corporation?

Should You Buy Real Estate Through A Corporation?

The article "Should you buy real estate through a corporation?" was originally published in MoneySense on September 12, 2022. Photo by Sebastian Staines on Unsplash. It can make sense to purchase rental or vacation properties through a corporation, but often it's...

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Will You Make Money On Your Rental Property?

Will You Make Money On Your Rental Property?

The article "Will you make money on your rental property?" was originally published in MoneySense on September 7, 2022. Photo by Timur Saglambilek on Pexels. Rental real estate has been a great investment for many Canadians. But how do you assess whether yours is...

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What Time Of Year Should You Retire?

What Time Of Year Should You Retire?

The article "What time of year should you retire?" was originally published in MoneySense on September 6, 2022. Photo by Kampus Production from Pexels. When’s the best time to retire? The timing is not always up to you, but if you can choose, there may be an ideal...

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Are Home Renovations Tax Deductible In Canada?

Are Home Renovations Tax Deductible In Canada?

The article "Are home renovations tax deductible in Canada?" was originally published in MoneySense on August 8, 2022. Photo by Kindel Media from Pexels. Doing home renovations? Find out if there are any tax incentives that Canadians are able to claim. We are...

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U.S. Withholding Tax In An RRSP For Canadians

U.S. Withholding Tax In An RRSP For Canadians

The article "U.S. withholding tax in an RRSP for Canadians" was originally published in MoneySense on August 2, 2022. Photo by Alexander Mils from Pexels. For Canadians who have withholding tax on U.S. income in an RRSP, sometimes this tax can be avoided. I have EPD...

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FP Answers: When Should I Take CPP?

FP Answers: When Should I Take CPP?

The article "FP Answers: When should I take CPP?" was originally published in Financial Post on July 20, 2022.  Photo by GETTY IMAGES/ISTOCKPHOTO. The timing for collecting benefits is more important than seniors think FP Answers has received a mountain of questions...

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Where To Start Investing With ETFs In Your 20s

Where To Start Investing With ETFs In Your 20s

The article "Where to start investing with ETFs in your 20s" was originally published in MoneySense on May 30, 2022. Photo by Andrea Piacquadio from Pexels. Learning about investing in your 20s can be as fun as it is challenging. Here are some thought-starters. I want...

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