Switching my retirement savings to all-in-one ETFs

Disclaimer: I am not a Financial Planner or Advisor. I do not recommend any investment products. You need to do your own research and assessment for what's best for you, financially. I've been reviewing my retirement portfolio lately. After the initial Covid-19 shock, it has recovered nicely. That being said, over the last year or …

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Retirement basics in Canada

The government of Canada has a great little tool to determine how much you will need to retire and how much you will need to save to achieve this.

RRSP basics

As tax season is around the corner, a lot of “experts” urge us to contribute to our RRSP. But what is an RRSP? RRSP stands for Registered Retirement Savings Plan. It is the most popular way to save for retirement in Canada. It was introduced in 1957. As indicated in its name, the plan is …

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