“Fakes” stars give the real answers

When you watch “Fakes,” starring Emilija Baranac and Jennifer Tong, know that there is a third star: money. And while Baranac and Tong play Zoe and Becca, respectively, and can…

Making sense of the markets this week: April 17

Million Dollar Journey editor and Canadian Financial Summit founder Kyle Prevost shares financial headlines and offers context for Canadian investors. If a TFSA and an RRSP had a child: The…

Compare the best savings accounts in Canada 2022

Best Savings Account Finder How to use the savings account calculator You can simply scan the savings account comparison table above to view interest rates offered by financial institutions across…

The TFSA Limit Remains $6,000 in 2022

Looking to save money as one of your New Year’s Resolution? Here’s some good news: as of January 1, 2019, the Canadian government raised the annual TFSA limit to $6,000,…

A Guide to Retirement Savings Plans in Canada

When novice investors start thinking about the future, one of the first questions they ask is: what is the best retirement plan in Canada? Unfortunately, there’s no single plan in…

How to Transfer Your TFSA or RRSP to Questrade

If you’re looking to transfer your RRSP or TFSA to Questrade, read our step-by-step guide to a smooth transition. Plus, get our Questrade promo code! The post How to Transfer…

RRSP vs. TFSA: Which is right for me?

Which is better—a TFSA, or an RRSP? That’s kind of like asking, “Which is better—a t-shirt, or a sweater?” Fundamentally, they do the same thing—t-shirts and sweaters both keep you…

TFSA cheat sheet. 8 things you need to know

One of the simplest ways to save some money on the side is by opening a Tax-Free Savings Account (TFSA). To help you make sense of it, here are the…

How to use a TFSA to get better investing results

Interested in putting money into your Tax-Free Savings Account (TFSA)? The new limit for 2021 will be $6,000. What if you’ve never invested in a TFSA before? If you’ve been…