Investment Planning for Retirement & the Problems that Can Arise

Investment Planning for Retirement & the Problems that Can Arise

Successful Investment planning for retirement not only takes into account ways to save for retirement but also the distribution of assets amongst children, for example
Investment planning for retirement should focus on the best investments for Successful Investors to make, but it’s also a good opportunity… Read More

How borrowing to invest can be a good strategy

How borrowing to invest can be a good strategy

There are reasons for and against borrowing to invest, but the primary benefit is that it’s a perfectly legal tax shelter.

Borrowing to invest can be a highly effective tax shelter. You deduct your interest expense against your current income. And at the same time,… Read More

Is borrowing money to invest a good idea?

Is borrowing money to invest right for you? The risks may not be worth the reward.

With interest rates still near historic lows, borrowing money to invest continues to look attractive. That’s especially true if you borrow to buy some of the best Canadian dividend stocks,… Read More

New 2016 FREE Report: Your complete guide to wealth management and planning the retirement you want: Wealth Management & Retirement Planning: Canada RRSP Contribution Limit, RRSP Interest Rates, TFSA Contribution Limit and more.

New 2016 FREE Report: Your complete guide to wealth management and planning the retirement you want: Wealth Management & Retirement Planning: Canada RRSP Contribution Limit, RRSP Interest Rates, TFSA Contribution Limit and more.

Whether you look after your own investments or have someone else do if for you, this report is essential reading. We have distilled decades of time-tested investing strategies and successful wealth management experience into this comprehensive guide. It’s ready to download now… Read More

Aim for equal retirement incomes (part 1)

This is part 1 of a two-part series on steps you and your spouse can take to cut your income-tax bills in retirement. We’ll publish the second part in our next issue.

In many families, one spouse earns more money than the other. That, of course,… Read More