The deadline for filing your 2016 income tax return is quickly approaching, so if you haven’t already filed yours, you’ve likely made plans to file before the cutoff on April 30, 2017. If you file electronically, you should typically receive your…
According to the latest Statistics Canada data, close to 6 million Canadians put money into an RRSP plan last time out – which means roughly two thirds of those who were eligible to contribute didn’t put in a penny.
Over the next month, you’ll likely see a lot of ads and articles reminding you to invest in an RRSP. This is because the deadline for investing in a new RRSP and qualifying for a rebate on your 2016 tax return is March 1st, 2017.
It’s tax return time! What will you use for? From paying down your mortgage early to padding your RRSP, here are 5 great ways to put that money to work.
How do you plan to spend your tax return? According to a recent survey from TD, many Canadians’ taxpectations don’t align with their financial goals. Here are some smart ways to spend that tax cash.
Afraid to do your own taxes? Even if you have complex taxes, it could be worth saving a buck or two on accountant fees. Here, Amanda shares why she started tackling her own taxes – and that they were easier than she expected.
Should I pay off my mortgage or contribute to my RRSP? How can I access my funds with minimum taxation? Is it a good year to put money towards retirement? Read on for answers to your top RRSP questions.
Are you at the stage where you need to turn your RSP into income for retirement? It can be a confusing time, and require some savvy tax strategy. Here’s what one retiree did to maximize her money.