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Tax implications of making transfers between registered accounts

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Suzanne transferred money from her LIRA to a LIF and her RRSP. Now she worries she’ll be taxed twice. ...

Should you leave corporate savings in your company?

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Chris has a lot of money saved in his corporate bank account and wants to take it out with the least amount of tax....

Financial aid guide for university and college students in Canada

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Post-secondary education costs—from tuition and books to living expenses and extracurriculars—add up. The good news is that numerous grants, bursaries and loans are available...

Financial priorities for the new year

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January is a good time to review your investments, tax and debt management planning. Here’s how to get started. ...

How to draw money out of your corporation in retirement

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When you have money saved in a corporation, retirement planning can be a little more complicated. But it can be done. ...

How to keep your holiday spending in check

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10 things private schools won’t tell you

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Some private schools deliver great educations. Others are major disappointments. We set out to discover what really goes on behind those ivy-covered walls. ...

How much to take out of your RRSP in your 60s

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Although RRSP withdrawals can be deferred no later than age 72, it may be necessary or advisable to make withdrawals before then. ...

Maximizing spousal RRSP contributions in your 70s

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Don wants to know exactly when is the cutoff for contributions in his wife’s case, and when to convert the savings to a registered...

Know your TFSA contribution limit

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Switching from mutual funds to ETFs

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Thinking about switching from high-fee mutual funds to low-fee exchange-traded funds? An investor advocate walks through the steps—and watch-outs—to follow when you're ready. ...

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Calculating expected returns on the sale of real estate

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Yan is selling his home and wants to know how to price it to ensure he turns a profit. ...

10 things you can do to save money and eliminate debt

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Easy tips to get you started on your personal finance journey. ...

Converting a segregated fund to a RRIF

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If you hold a segregated fund and want to convert it to a registered retirement income fund, this is what’s involved. ...

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