5 Tips on Investing for Dividends vs Capital Growth

5 Tips on Investing for Dividends vs Capital Growth

Investing for dividends vs capital growth: smart investors realize that, overall, dividends are more reliable than capital gains.
Capital gains can occur when an investor sells an asset. And for the most part, the capital growth occurs over time.

Dividends are typically cash payouts that serve as… Read More

The Ins and Outs of Capital Gains Tax for Investors

The Ins and Outs of Capital Gains Tax for Investors

Capital gains occur when an investor sells an asset. To calculate capital gains, the total of the adjusted cost base (ACB) is subtracted from the proceeds of the sale. The adjusted cost base of the shares is equal to the cost of the shares plus… Read More

Who pays capital gain tax?

Who pays capital gain tax?

Look no further if you want to discover who pays capital gain tax (and if it includes you)

Who pays capital gain tax? Investors who sell a stock outside of an RRSP or RRIF pay capital gains tax if they’ve made a profit on the… Read More

Paying Canadian capital gains tax can save you money

Sometimes it’s better to just pay the Canadian capital gains tax, which can actually save you money and make your investments more profitable.
Investors are always concerned with minimizing their tax liabilities. But sometimes you are better off simply paying your… Read More