How can we know which U.S. stocks are exempt from withholding tax in RRSPs?
Q - Is there a simple way to know which U.S. stocks will tax dividends paid into a Canadian RRSP? – Paul P.
A - If the company is a corporation based in the U.S.,...Read More»
It's that time of year again—taxes. That may not be what T.S. Eliot had in mind when he penned the line "April is the cruellest month," but it sure fits. I have never met any non-accountant who enjoyed completing a tax return—although if you...Read More»
When it comes to bonds, income investors face a real dilemma.
Almost every financial advisor agrees that fixed income securities should be an integral...Read More»
How good is the RBC Select Conservative Portfolio?
Q – I am putting all my RRSP into a RRIF to start in June 2017. My royal bank planner says I...Read More»
The bull market observed its eighth birthday on March 9th with another small gain. Like the Energizer Bunny, it just keeps going, and going, and...Read More»
Do I have to pay income tax on interest earned from my RRSP?
Q - I am holding a GIC in my RRSP. Do I have to pay income tax on the interest I get from...Read More»
As someone with duel citizenship, does it make sense to buy Canada stocks in U.S. dollars for my TFSA?
Q - My husband has dual citizenship with Canada...Read More»
It's not easy to find cash flow plus growth potential in a single security.
A security that delivers a high yield while offering strong growth potential...Read More»
Where is the best place to hold American currency?
Q – You have recommended holding any cash reserves in U.S. dollars. Do you recommend any...Read More»
In August 2012, we created a Growth Portfolio for readers of Gordon Pape's Internet Wealth Builder newsletter. It is the riskiest of all his portfolios,...Read More»
What do you do about your RRSP when the whole world seems to be going crazy? The answer is simple: ignore all the background noise and carry on as before....Read More»
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