Time to Get RRSP-Ready!

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There’s only a few weeks left of winter… and that means tax time is nearly upon us! The season kicks off with the RRSP contribution deadline on Monday. Not sure if you’re ready? Read on for this week’s top tips, including tackling retirement savings confusion.

How to Overcome RRSP Confusion

The contribution deadline is right around the corner – but a recent BMO study finds there’s still a lot of confusion over how RRSPs work. Need to brush up on the basics? Barry shares his top 4 tips.

Read Barry’s Blog | How to Overcome RRSP Confusion

How Much Are Workplace Benefits Worth?

Receiving workplace benefits is a great perk, and can go a long way in offsetting health and wellness costs – but how much are they actually worth? Check out Gordon’s break down on what they cost, and how you can make the best decisions for your coverage.

Read Gordon’s Blog | How Much Are Workplace Benefits Worth?

Canadians Shop Less as the Loonie Dips

As the loonie loses steam, Canadians are experiencing a spending-power slowdown – and there are emptier malls to prove it. The latest Q4 numbers from Statistics Canada show the lowest holiday retail turnout since the 2008 financial crisis. Read on to learn more behind the factors affecting shoppers.

Read Rubina’s Blog | Canadians Shop Less as the Loonie Dips

Personal Finance: New Interac TSP to Improve Tap Payment Security

Interac has revealed a new token security measure for mobile debit payments called Interac TSP. Here’s how it could improve your tap-and-go experience.

Read Barry’s Blog | New Interac TSP to Improve Tap Payment Security

Lifestyle: What It Costs to Move in Together

How much does it cost to move in together? From breaking rental leases to combining two households, renting with your significant other can come with some sticker shock. Check out Rentseeker’s breakdown of what you can expect to spend.

Read Rentseeker’s Blog | What It Costs to Move In Together

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