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

Should I Loan Investments Or Money To My Spouse?

The article “Should I Loan Investments Or Money To My Spouse?” was originally published on MoneySense on July 30, 2019. The idea is to split income, following Canada Revenue Agency guidelines, so the family pays less tax overall. Q. I’m 38 years old and have been...

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Should You Opt In To A Group RRSP?

The article "Should You Opt In To A Group RRSP?" was originally published on MoneySense on July 24, 2019. If your employer offers a matching contribution, you get an automatic return on investment that would be tough to beat anywhere else. Q. I’m 35 years old and have...

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The Bank Of Grandma And Grandpa

The article "The Bank Of Grandma And Grandpa" was originally published on MoneySense on June 12, 2019. Sol wants to contribute to his grandkids’ future with annual gifts he’ll start now. What’s the best way to manage the money outside of RESPs? Q. I’d like to start...

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Advice On Making Your First Home More Affordable

The article "Advice On Making Your First Home More Affordable" was originally published on MoneySense on May 14, 2019. Irene and her partner want to buy a house with savings, some help from her dad and a mortgage from an alternative lender. What are the implications?...

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How To Handle Death Inside A Joint Investment Account

The article "How To Handle Death Inside A Joint Investment Account" was originally published on MoneySense on April 23, 2019. After Vee’s father passed away, her advisor made some transactions that she’s now questioning. Q. My father had two investment accounts open...

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An Easy Guide To Income Splitting For Seniors

The article "An Easy Guide To Income Splitting For Seniors" was originally published on MoneySense on April 10, 2019. Cindy and her husband are looking for strategies to help them save on taxes in retirement. Q. My husband and I are both retired. He still has income...

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Can I Have A Multi-Generational RESP?

The article "Can I Have A Multi-Generational RESP?" was originally published on MoneySense on March 26, 2019. If money is left over in your child's RESP you can in theory use it for your future grandkid's education, with some big caveats Q: I have an existing RESP for...

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How To Avoid A Pension Clawback From A One-Time Event

The article "How To Avoid A Pension Clawback From A One-Time Event" was originally published on March 19, 2019. Mike wants to know what can be done to avoid a reduction in government pension income due to a one-time event. Q: Are you aware of the “one-time event” in...

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The Best Way To Transfer Investments To Your Spouse

The article "The Best Way To Transfer Investments To Your Spouse" was originally published on MoneySense on March 12, 2019. Dean has investments that he wants to transfer to his spouse. There are tax implications depending upon how the transfer occurs Q: Is there a...

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How Does A LIRA Work After A Pension Transfer?

The article "How Does A LIRA Work After A Pension Transfer?" was originally published on MoneySense on February 20, 2019. Ted is confused about his investment options after leaving a DC pension, and whether his pension money would be better off in a regular RRSP....

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What It Takes To Retire At 45

The article "What It Takes To Retire At 45" was originally publishes on MoneySense on February 6, 2019. Konstantino is 27 and hopes to retire by 45. He wants to know how that impacts his RRSP versus TFSA savings strategy. Q: I’m 27 years old with a relatively healthy...

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