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Feds to look at offering Canadians option to increase CPP contributions

WATCH: After years of resisting reforms to the Canadian Pension Plan, the Tories now say they’re open to the idea of Canadians contributing more if they choose to. 501 more words


Ask the finance expert: TFSA versus RRSP for buying a home

Q: With the increase in the last budget of the Tax Free Savings Account (TFSA) , do you recommend this over using the RRSP Home Buyers’ Plan? 263 more words


Eric's Enlightenment for Monday, April 27, 2015

  1. How much wealth do Canadians have?  What types of assets and debts do Canadians have?  Here is a very useful table to answer those questions from Statistics Canada.
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The Star's View: Increasing TFSA limits helps all Canadians

For almost 11 million Canadians, by far the best news in the 2015 federal budget was the increased freedom now possible thanks to a big increase in contributions to tax-free savings accounts. 451 more words


Budget addressing voters. Has it struck a cord with the most relevant ?

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April 24, 2015



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Everyone’s a millionaire in Joe Oliver’s revolution

An individual who is able to take full advantage of TFSAs may have his first million by age 54. First in a series by Lawrence Solomon for the National Post. 996 more words

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Lawrence Solomon: Everyone's a millionaire in Joe Oliver’s revolution

 An individual who is able to take full advantage of TFSAs can have his first million by age 54

Finance Minister Joe Oliver took Tax Free Savings Accounts to a new level in this week’s budget by almost doubling the amount that those 18 and older can contribute, to $10,000 per year. 930 more words

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