*Posted in 2009* So you’ve lost 50% of your portfolio and wondering what to do and how you could have avoided the pain. Most are hearing sit tight, which is true, or heck, even buy, which is even more true. But is there anything you could or can do in a market that is in … Continue reading How to Invest in Volatile and Recessionary Markets
**Read part one of the this crucial series on Universal Life insurance by visiting the universal life scams and complications page.** Important Questions to Ask About Universal Life ‘Insurance’ If you still INSIST on looking at UL here are crucial questions you must ask: I understand that there is flexible and accelerated funding but if … Continue reading The Truth About Universal Life Insurance – Comparing Investments
Canadians are now capable of using a tax-free savings account thanks to their Conservative government. The investment device permits up to $5,000 deposit annually without paying taxes on the interest earned. Question though, is the TSFA right for you, and should you use it as an retirement investment tool?
The new investment instrument for Canadians is the tax free savings account or TFSA. Over time the contribution room will grow (loosely by 5000 + inflation per year). Depending on the type of agreement that you have for your TFSA, you can generally withdraw any amount from the TFSA at any time and for any … Continue reading Important Reminder on TFSA Contributions – Can’t Recontribute