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3 ways the coronavirus is already affecting your finances

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With the speed at which the disease and its economic impact are picking up, no one will blame you for being unsure of what...

Planning for retirement with little or no savings to draw on

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Financial planning advice is often catered to wealthier Canadians. What can retirement look like for those without healthy RRSPs or other savings? ...

Should you start OAS if you are still working?

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Not retired yet? Wondering about applying for Old Age Security? Here are the things to consider first. ...

Are RRSP contributions worth it at age 70?

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Shirley wants to offset capital gains. Is it worth it? ...

Canada’s top-rated charities 2020: By sector

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To make it easier for you to give where you want to make a difference, we’ve organized this year’s Top 100 charities into eight...

When should you stop contributing to an RRSP?

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Denis is in his early 50s, with a modest income. Would contributing to a TFSA instead help him to maximize government benefits in retirement?...

Is Carol better off withdrawing all the money from her RRIF...

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At age 73, she believes this strategy will allow her to claim additional Guaranteed Income Supplement and and rent subsidy benefits. ...

Should Marcel move all his RRIF investments to a low-risk balanced...

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He wants to lock in equity gains and reduce volatility ...

Student Money Guide

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Financial intelligence isn't learned by osmosis—but it also doesn't have to be complicated or intimidating. This guide breaks down how to get kids into...

The best ways to help kids financially

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You don’t have to be rich to give children a good start in life. Here are six strategies to use with kids of any...

How to make the most of your TFSAs in retirement

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It’s generally better to contribute to a tax-free savings account than an RRSP as you approach your post-employment years. TFSAs can also take some...

Can Canadian seniors collect government benefits while still working?

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Rose is transitioning to semi-retirement at 65, and wonders about the tax and clawback implications of receiving CPP and OAS. ...

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. ...

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Which savings plans should a 37-year-old with a military disability income contribute to, and...

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Jason and his wife have registered disability savings plans, and want to know how to prioritize their contributions among various investment accounts. ...

RRIFs and income splitting in the year of death

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Gloria’s husband died recently. She’s looking for clarification on what happens with his RRIF and if and how she can split income with him...

What it’s like to transfer your account to lower-cost investing

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Real investors share their experiences on transferring investing accounts from major banks and firms to DIY investing platforms. ...

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