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How To Retire Early In Canada

In order to retire early, you need to assess what you need your retirement savings to do and what you want your money to do. Necessary funds include those that cover your basic living expenses.

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Best Dividend ETFs in Canada For 2020

A dividend ETF is an exchange-traded fund that is designed for investment in a selection of high-dividend paying stocks. These ETFs typically track a specific index that is screened to include blue-chip type companies considered to be lower risk.

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Best Investing Books For Canadian Investors

Sound investment advice can be found in the best investing books for Canadians. These are written by people who have ‘been there, done that’ in the finance and business sectors. Investment books can become your own playbook for the common sense of investing when you learn from the knowledge and experience shared.

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Tips On How To Save Money

Maximizing financial resources to make ends meet, save money, and live better is a big priority for most of us. However, that’s easy to say but sometimes harder to do for many Canadians.

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Getting Help With Bankruptcy In Canada

For many people, the pile of debt under becomes so high that it’s hard to see a way of getting it under control. When that happens, when it becomes too much, when you no longer have access to credit and your income is not enough to manage the debt – it’s time to file for bankruptcy.

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How To Fix RRSP Over-Contributions

A Registered Retirement Savings Plan (RRSP) is one of the best ways to save for retirement. It offers so many long- and short-term benefits. However, it’s important to understand exactly how much contribution room you have in any given year.

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What Is An RESP And How Does It Work?

Funding post-secondary education in Canada is becoming more and more costly. Long gone are the days when working a summer job paid for a year of school. If higher education is in your future, ideally you or your family invest in an RESP — and have been for a while.

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What Is The Lifelong Learning Plan?

RRSPs exist as a way to help Canadians save for the future. And as an added bonus, it shelters your income in a savings vehicle the government doesn’t touch until you’re ready to retire. However, what if you want penalty-free access to the money before then? The Lifelong Learning Plan is one way to safely unlock those funds.

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