Should I contribute more to RRSP before converting to a RRIF?
Q - I am age 70, retired, and living on a fixed income. My tax bracket is not forecast to change going forward.
My question: I have $15,000 in unused RRSP room. Should I contribute the...Read More»
Technological advances continue to change the way we live our lives but what affect does it have on our investments. Better yet, how do we benefit financially from this rapid change?
We live in an age of disruptive technology. The world as we know it is...Read More»
When most of us go about our daily banking, without really thinking about what happens to our money. We deposit our cheques, invest in a GIC or pay our...Read More»
Gordon Pape updates us on a mini portfolio launched in November of 2012.
This mini-portfolio was launched in November 2012. It is designed for readers...Read More»
Defrauding an older parent or loved one is a pernicious form of elder abuse that shows no outward or physical signs. Instead, the senior's bank account is...Read More»
Stingray music is everywhere. Is the company a good investment?
Q – I am wondering whether you have had a chance to look at Stingray Digital Group...Read More»
What is the best way to buy the S&P 500?
Q – If one wants to invest in the S&P 500, is one better off to do it on the New York exchange...Read More»
Wealth management companies can no longer ignore the rapid growth of ETFs. Here's all you need to know about them and why they might be right for you.
We all contribute to it with the understanding that we'll be taken care of to a certain extent when we retire. But how does the CPP work?
Although it...Read More»
Are you helping to support your adult children? If you are, you're not alone.
According to a 2011 survey reported in Forbes magazine, 59 per cent of...Read More»
Living longer is great. But if we're planning to enjoy the extra time bestowed on us by advances in medicine and technology we'll have to make sure our...Read More»
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