When putting together your financial plan, there is no question about the benefits of consolidation. It’s common to have your finances all over the place. Savings at the bank, investments with several financial institutions, retirement savings at another. The importance of having a financial plan is the ability to coordinate, consolidate and be able to implement your plan to achieve your goals.
RRSP or TFSA? What’s the difference? With the RRSP deadline around the corner, we’re here to help you figure out where you should invest.
In this post I’m going to go over the topic of Spousal RRSPs and how they can help you lower your overall tax rate. This is a strategy that I find is not being used enough and is something that many couples (married, common-law, or same sex) should at least take a look at, specifically if there’s a significant difference in their incomes. I will not go through in depth about RRSP, since I’ve already covered that in one of my earlier posts, however, I will just highlight another way to use RRSPs to lower the overall taxes in a household.
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