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An Estate Plan for Every Age

Posted by Frank Gasper on 20 April 2021
An Estate Plan for Every Age
If you have been reading our blog posts this month, you will know two important things about an estate plan: 1. You are not too young for an estate plan and 2. You can afford to have an estate plan. You will also know that there are the 5 things every estate plan should include no matter your age or amount of assets: Last will and testament Power of Attorney for Property Power of Attorney for Personal Care Named beneficiaries on investments. Financial review E...
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The Best Kept Personal Finance Secret: RDSPs

Posted by Frank Gasper on 24 March 2020
The Best Kept Personal Finance Secret: RDSPs
If I told you that the government would match your contribution to a long-term savings plan by 300%, would you be interested in learning more? How about 200%? Are you still listening at a 100% match? About RDSPs For individuals with any sort of disability that affects their daily life (physical or intellectual), a Registered Disability Savings Plan (RDSP) is available to them. An RDSP allows the individual (or parent/guardian) to save for the long-term in a tax-deferred account, but also...
Posted in:BudgetTax-deferred IncomeLife PlanningRetirement PlanningRegistered Disability Savings Plan (RDSP)Financial AdviceEstate Planning  

4 Ways to Maximize Your Canada Child Benefit

Posted by Frank Gasper on 15 October 2019
4 Ways to Maximize Your Canada Child Benefit
4 Ways to Maximize Your Canada Child Benefit The Canada Child Benefit (CCB) is a tax-free monthly payment made by the government of Canada to eligible families to help them with the cost of raising children under the age of 18. Here are 4 ways to maximize your CCB: 1. Contribute to an RRSP to increase the CCB The amount you receive for the CCB is based on the total family income reported on your annual income tax return for the previous year. Therefore, if you contribute to your RRS...
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