Will I receive tax-free dividends from my plan?
Q - If I generate $2,000 in a partial conversion RRIF (I'm 66) will I receive that $2,000 in dividends tax-free? – Beth M.
A – No. All money withdrawn from a RRIF or RRSP is considered to be...Read More»
Amending tax law could be a boon for charity groups.
How desperate is the federal government to increase tax revenues? Desperate enough to divert into its own coffers money that many Canadians would prefer to donate to charity.
A little backgrounder....Read More»
Individual pension plans provide a great way for small business owners to save for retirement.
The battle over the Ottawa's proposed tax changes is...Read More»
Here, 8 common scams to watch for, plus tips to stay a step ahead of the crooks.
From fake online product reviews and Facebook friend requests from...Read More»
Here, our top tips for fending off the scammers.
"Made a trip to Dundee, U.K., and had my bag stolen from me with my passport and personal effects...Read More»
There is a price – and not just financial – to being in the middle.
It's almost a cliché for middle-aged Canadians to complain about their...Read More»
A reader wants to know: Is it a good idea to invest my entire bond allocation in a Canadian ETF?
Q - My portfolio is now about 45 per cent cash after...Read More»
Don't be too concerned about falling prices. The key points to watch are continued profitability and sustainable distributions.
At my recent Toronto...Read More»
With companies opting out of defined benefit pension plans, Canadians are being asked to manage their retirement savings on their own.
Defined benefit...Read More»
The bank is giving this reader problems moving shares into a TFSA. What should he do to reduce taxes on any profits?
Q - I hold some Bank of Nova Scotia...Read More»
Rising interest rates can pose a dilemma for income investors. Here's how you might find your way around it.
Rising interest rates are both good and bad...Read More»
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