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Friday, July 29th, 2016

What to look for on your 2013 income tax return – Ask a Vancouver Mortgage Broker

What to look for on your 2013 income tax return It’s another good year for do-it-yourself tax filers. There aren’t too many tax changes and one really lucrative new tax credit. There aren’t too many personal tax changes on this year’s tax return, but make sure you maximize credits and deductions. By: Evelyn Jacks Special to The […]

Here’s why paying off your mortgage isn’t always the best idea – Consult with a Vancouver Mortgage Broker

It amounts to financial heresy to some conservative investors but paying down your mortgage early just might not be the best plan. Should you rent or own your home? People say that when you grow up, you buy a home. Who are these “people?” Your married friends, your parents and other grown-ups who ask: “Don’t […]

Three things to do with your money besides an RRSP – Ask a Vancouver Mortgage Broker

With the March 3 RRSP deadline fast approaching, you may be wondering whether you should join the herd and make that RRSP contribution in time to be able to claim the deduction on your 2013 tax return. Whether or not you decide to contribute to an RRSP this year depends on a number of factors, […]

Don’t take an RRSP loan, unless…

Maxing out your RRSP is a smart move, but for most people an RRSP loan isn’t the way to do it. Despite promises of stellar long-term growth and the dangling carrot of big, fat refunds, people are finally figuring out that the only beneficiary of an RRSP loan is the lender, unless… 1. You’re in […]


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