What newcomers need to know about investing in Canada Nov 15th

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Canada is a beautiful, diverse country—maybe that’s why you immigrated here. But as a newcomer, you also need to know about the rising cost of living and the high income tax rate (up to a 54% marginal tax rate for high income earners). Today’s inflationary environment—with steep increases in housing and energy prices—isn’t helping. For example, Swiss investment bank UBS recently ranked Toronto as the world’s biggest real estate bubble. Vancouver is also among the top 10.

Thankfully, it’s not all doom and gloom. Canada has broad, deep, well-regulated financial markets for investors to explore. Newcomers are often pleasantly surprised to learn they also have easy access to U.S. markets when investing here in Canada. With sufficient investment knowledge and diligent planning, it’s possible to beat inflation and create long-term wealth. But doing this involves knowing how to:

Maximize returns.Optimize investment taxes.Reduce your investment fees.

Here’s how newcomers can achieve these aims…

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