How My Wife Will Save Money With A Wealthsimple RRSP

How My Wife Will Save Money With A Wealthsimple RRSP

We like to tackle our taxes early in the year, which means assessing last year’s tax situation quickly so we can take advantage of RRSP contributions in the first 60 days of the New Year. Here’s the quick and dirty tax situation for our household: Since I earn a...
Stop Giving Markets Your Attention

Stop Giving Markets Your Attention

When I got an activity tracker several years ago I was horrified to learn just how sedentary my lifestyle had become. I’d drive to work, park my butt at a desk for eight hours, drive home, park my butt on the couch for a few more hours, and go to bed. It was...

Past Performance and Your Investing Returns

“Past performance is not an indicator of future results.” Investors have heard this disclaimer for years, yet when it comes to picking investments we can’t help but look to a fund’s historical results to determine its quality. Indeed, it’s one of the first...

Year End Tax Traps For Investors

Who wants to give away their monies to government agencies? Raise your hand. Obviously there should be no hands going up right about now. The cliché is that you work hard for your money. You don’t want to give that money away, needlessly. As Canadians we can pay...

An Investing Guide For Beginners

Young readers often ask for investing tips and wonder how to get started. My typical response is that once you have a good handle on your finances – no credit card debt, student loans fully paid (or close to it), some cash saved up for emergencies, short-term goals...

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