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More About TFSA

A TFSA (tax free savings account) is a registered account that allows you to earn capital gains and dividends tax free. You can invest up to $5500 each and every year, and carry any unused contributions forward from previous years ($5000 per year for 2009 through 2012).

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RRSP Contribution 2013

RRSP Contribution Limit 2013 & RRSP Deduction Limit for the Year 2013

How much can I contribute to my own RRSPs for the year 2013?

The maximum RRSP contribution limit 2013 is $23,820. However, if you did not use all of your RRSP contribution limit for the years 1991-2012, you can carry forward the unused amount to 2013. Therefore, your RRSP contribution limit for 2013 may be more than $23,820.

The maximum RRSP contribution limit for subsequent years is as follows:

  • 2013 maximum RRSP contribution limit: $23,820
  • 2012 maximum RRSP contribution limit: $22,970
  • 2011 maximum RRSP contribution limit: $22,450
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Premier Kathleen Wynne warns of “a huge economic crisis”

Improving retirement incomes and making the federal job grant program more flexible will be high on the agenda when Canada’s provincial and territorial leaders meet in Toronto on Friday – although almost half of them will participate by phone.

Host Premier Kathleen Wynne warns of “a huge economic crisis” if steps aren’t taken now to reform the Canada Pension Plan, and vows to set up an Ontario retirement income plan if there’s no agreement on the CPP.

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It's All About Kids

Parental anxiety plays a big part in the annual back-to-school spending extravaganza.

Anxiety about whether our kids have the best we can give them as they head back to the classroom or away a post-secondary education.

Anxiety about whether we’re doing all we can to help our kids succeed.

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What's more important than getting a new home?

Getting a mortgage is an important step in buying one of your most valuable assets - your home. It also means a long term financial commitment to paying down that debt.


But consider the following questions ......

  • Where would you or your family get the money to make the mortgage payments, if your income suddenly stopped, due to death or a serious illness?
  • Would you be willing to risk the loss of your home or leave the burden of your mortgage to your family?
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