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Questrade Review…

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Questrade is an independent discount broker not owned by any financial institution. Without the backing of a large Canadian banks, Questrade is able to compete with the like of BMO InvestorLine, TD Direct Investing, RBC Direct Investing or Scotia iTrade. Don’t eliminate Questrade from your discount broker options just because you ...

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TD Bank an Opportunity with Consistent Growth…

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TD Bank is the second largest Canadian bank by market capitalization. When looking at North America where TD is establishing itself as a major bank, it is the 5th largest bank by total assets and the 6th largest bankby market capitalization. TD is one of only a few banks globally to ...

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Learn From Warren Buffett’s Diversification…

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One of the investing principle we are thought and read about is to diversify our portfolio by sector and by asset allocations. It’s one of the selling factors used by financial advisors when it comes to the mutual funds industry or risk management. Find our what is in Warren Buffett’s ...

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Is RY the Canadian Bank to Own?…

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Royal Bank of Canada is the largest Canadian bank by market capitalization. During 2016, the stock appreciated by 20% and so far this year, it has accumulated another 4.5% with a high of 8% at the time of writing. Not only is there good stock growth, the dividend yield is also ...

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ESPP Income Tax – Everything You Need to Know…

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Understanding ESPP income tax can be a little confusing at times. The Employee Stock Purchase Plan (ESPP) provided by many publicly traded companies is a great benefit but the benefit calculation is not simple if you are not familiar with stock investing. I have seen many make the same mistake and ...

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REIT Taxation – A Canadian Primer…

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Real Estate Income Trusts, or REITs for short, are companies that own or finance income-producing real estate. They receive special tax considerations and tend to have a higher distribution yield than corporations. Real estate assets can range from shopping malls, to apartment buildings, to office properties, or a mixed of ...

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Dividends vs Distribution: What’s the difference?…

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It’s important for investors to realize that there are differences between qualified and unqualified dividend distribution. This becomes apparent come tax time. Knowing the details will help you make better decisions when deciding how to properly allocate your investments and which account you should use. For examples, some investments such are ...

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Dividend Income – February 2017…

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I am disciplined enough to make my RRSP contributions during the year with taxes withheld a source for the best tax efficient process, but when the RRSP deadline comes around, I am always looking at how I can maximize my contributions. I usually spend a few hours in Turbo Tax ...

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How To Maximize Your RRSP…

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Every year comes the RRSP season. Advertisements will be bombarded your way until we reach the RRSP deadline and I wanted to discuss how to maximize your RRSP. “Maximize” being the key work here and not “optimize” – that’s for another post. I had an interesting discussion with my dad ...

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