When the government introduced a new 33 per cent tax bracket, Canadians were assured that only those with income over $200,000 would be affected. But everyone who has an RRSP or RRIF may be at risk.
When the Liberal Government introduced a new 33...Read More»
A reader wants to use his plan to buy a retirement home in Nova Scotia.
Q — What do you know about RRSP mortgages? Here is the background: I own a home with $170,000 mortgage in Ontario. I also have a $70,000 credit line that I was going to...Read More»
If Donald Trump's political rhetoric on trade were to be followed by action, it would be ruinous for the global economy.
In 1930, the U.S. Congress...Read More»
How much do the financial realities of differing economic eras shape one's attitude toward money?
The year you were born might affect:
1 Your attitude...Read More»
Before you make an investment decision, think about the potential downside. Here, four of the most common "worst-case scenarios" to avoid.
I'm not a very...Read More»
Owning a fractional can pay big dividends – and not just in cash
While the dream of owning a vacation home may sound appealing, the year-round...Read More»
This little-known Montreal company produces rail ties, utility poles – and profits!
When you look at the top stock holdings in Canadian mutual fund,...Read More»
Steady cash flow, a 5.4 per cent yield and moderate risk – what’s not to like?
Finding good quality stocks with an above average yield has become a...Read More»
Spring is not just the time of the year to spruce up the home and organize closets, it’s a great time to tidy up cluttered financial matters....Read More»
Estate planning means not leaving your money to the government. Here, ways to make sure the taxman gets less.
Face it: when you die, the wealth...Read More»
The oil sands were supposed to be the key to a prosperous economic future for Canada. How quickly things change!
Just a few years ago, Alberta’s oil...Read More»
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