Canadians should either start planning for a lower post-retirement income, or find a way to make their savings grow; that’s the latest advice from Carolyn Wilkins, senior deputy governor of the Bank of Canada. 627 more words
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Many parents at this time of year may be wondering what to give their child/children for a graduation gift. Instead of giving some of the more traditional gifts such as a watch, bicycle, personalized note cards or school sweater and jacket why not consider giving the gift that will keep on giving for years to come – a financial plan. 623 more words
Two weeks ago, when my coworkers realized I was planning on working 11.5 hours for most of the week (except for the one day where I only worked 10 hours), they thought I was crazy. 37 more words
us canada tax planning – We help Canadian and American Expats, Temporary Guests and Snowbirds with assets on both sides of the U.S.-Canada border — optimally structure their investments, liabilities and retirement savings in order to reduce their tax burden and minimize fees.
Q: I am using both the RRSP Home Buyers’ Plan and my Tax-Free Savings Account (TFSA) to save for a new home.
I have heard that the new federal Liberal government has reduced the amount that can be deposited into a TFSA and am wondering if I should withdraw the extra $4,500 I contributed this year. 256 more words
Re: Short-term pain for long-term gain, The Canadian Press, Dec. 26.
This article is a real government propaganda piece of brainwash.
It quotes the Conference Board of Canada, Mitzie Hunter formerly of the provincial ministry of finance, and David Dodge former Bank of Canada governor. 174 more words