Tag: financial planning

RRSP Contributions

Remembering RRSP Contribution During the Holidays

By: Elias Kellendonk

The final date by which you can contribute to your RRSP for the 2010 tax year is March 1, 2011.

Segregated Funds

Including Segregated Funds in Your RRSP Portfolio

By: Elias Kellendonk

RRSP funds can be attributed to, or to a combination of, mutual funds, guaranteed investment certificates, bonds, stocks, deposit accounts or segregated funds.

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Online Course Aids Canadians in ‘Realizing the Dream of Home Ownership’

By: Elias Kellendonk

The Home Ownership course is free, and the payoff of the advice it lends could be exponential.

Tax Free Savings Account

Canadians: Start Making Use of the Tax-Free Savings Account!

By: Elias Kellendonk

Tax-Free Savings Accounts have been available to Canadians for two years, yet only one third of Canadians have opted to open one for themselves.

Collateral Mortgage, CanEquity

Big Bank Launches Collateral Mortgage to Spur Market; Takers Will Be Bound

By: Elias Kellendonk

What is TD’s strategy to stay afloat in a competitive mortgage market which has seen the Canadian home buyer’s business increasingly shifted towards mortgage brokers?

Diversify Your Portfolio, CanEquity

Diversification Fosters Satisfaction in Investment Portfolio

By: Elias Kellendonk

You portfolio will benefit greatly from a blend of investments that remain liquid and accessible in addition to others that build slowly, locked-in, over the long-term.

Home Income Reverse Mortgage

Utilizing the Reverse Mortgage to its Maximum Wealth Management Potential

By: The Super Broker

A reverse mortgage frees the equity you have built in your home with very little out of pocket expense – as little as $300 to $600 so long as no title issues are attributed to your property.

Mutual Funds

Are Mutual Funds Underperforming?

By: The Super Broker

78 per cent of actively managed mutual funds under-perform the general stock market index.

Long-Term Mortgage, 25 Year Term.

Is the security afforded by a long-term mortgage worth the added cost?

By: Elias Kellendonk

12 per cent of Canadian mortgage holders opt to lock in to terms longer than five years; is the stability worth the added cost?

No Money Down Mortgage CanEquity

Debate on the ‘No Money Down’ Mortgage

By: Elias Kellendonk

The purchaser will be paying interest on every dollar of the home’s value, as opposed to nicking off a good chunk, interest free, with a down payment.

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