Contributing to your RRSP not only sets you up nicely for your future, but it can also provide some short term compensation by reducing your taxable income.
A common method for closing out an RRSP is to convert it into what is called a Registered Retirement Income Fund, also known as an RRIF, but this is not your only option.
Are you worried that you may have over-contributed to your TFSA? If so, you might be wondering - how do I even know if I’ve over-contributed to my TFSA?
Before making any big decisions on how to fund your first downpayment, there are some understated disadvantages to the RRSP Home Buyer’s Plan that I think you should consider
To those wondering if TFSA withdrawals count as income when it comes to filing taxes, here is your answer
Canadians often wonder whether or not dividends generated within their TFSA count towards their annual contributions. Here’s your answer.