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Life insurance for kids: Do you really need it? + MORE Jul 20th
Questrade vs Wealthsimple 2023 Update: Breaking Down the Differences for Canadian Investor + MORE Jan 11th
What is universal life insurance?
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When the main objective is taking care of your loved ones after you’re gone, it pays to spend time figuring out how to care for them. That’s why you should familiarize yourself with the full slate of possibilities. For those looking for flexible premiums and the opportunity to accumulate wealth on a tax-deferred basis, universal life insurance can be a smart option…
The best RRSP investments 2022
You can open an RRSP and contribute income up until the year you turn 71, at which point it has to become a registered retirement income fund (RRIF) and you must begin to withdraw the money as taxable income. Read on to learn about the best RRSP accounts in Canada.
The best RRSP accounts in Canada for 2022
Best RRSP savings account: EQ Bank RSP Savings Account* (1…
Making Sense of the Markets this week: June 26
Check out that April 3 column. I covered some of the major investment themes and ideas I put on the table. Many investment opportunities were identified, and they played out in our favour.
So, what the heck has been going on these days? Not much. Or let’s say that not much has been working on the investment front as of late. Stock markets, bonds, commodities, gold, bitcoin, and even oil and gas stocks have been falling over the last few weeks.
It’s all about inflation.
In this column I’ve long identified inflation as a nasty beast—and a threat. Inflation has been ramping up around the world. Very few investors are familiar with inflation. You’d have to be on the far side of 70 to have experienced the stagflation of the ’70s and early ’80s…