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How to develop a retirement plan

How to develop a retirement plan

No matter how many years until you plan to retire, there is a benefit to retirement planning to determine your long-term financial trajectory. A retirement plan can help you assess how much you should be saving each month in order to stay on track, and how much you...

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What To Do When You Overcontribute To Your RRSP

What To Do When You Overcontribute To Your RRSP

The article "What to do when you overcontribute to your RRSP" was originally published in MoneySense on June 19, 2023. Photo by Ono Kosuki from Pexels. If you’ve accidentally overcontributed to your RRSP, you’ll pay a tax penalty. Here are your options for promptly...

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What To Do With U.S. Dollar RRSPs In Retirement

What To Do With U.S. Dollar RRSPs In Retirement

The article "What to do with U.S. dollar RRSPs in retirement" was originally published in MoneySense on June 5, 2023. Photo by Gustavo Fring from Pexels. If you already have a Canadian dollar RRIF, should you roll the U.S. dollar RRSP into the RRIF, or open a U.S....

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Market-Linked GICs: The Pros And Cons For Investors

Market-Linked GICs: The Pros And Cons For Investors

The article "Market-linked GICs: The pros and cons for investors" was originally published in MoneySense on May 1, 2023. Photo by Andrés Góngora from Pexels. These GICs track the markets, offering low risk and some upside potential to investors. Here’s how to know if...

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Are Mutual Fund Fees Tax Deductible?

Are Mutual Fund Fees Tax Deductible?

The article "Are mutual fund fees tax deductible?" was originally published in MoneySense on April 24, 2023. Photo by Centre for Ageing Better from Unsplash. Don’t go claiming a deduction for mutual fund fees on your tax return. Why? Because they’ve already been...

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What Is Considered Day Trading In A TFSA

What Is Considered Day Trading In A TFSA

The article "What is considered day trading in a TFSA" was originally published in MoneySense on April 17, 2023. Photo by AlphaTradeZone from Pexels. The recent Ahamed v. The King decision by the Tax Court of Canada highlights risks for investors who trade frequently...

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