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Financial Planning -> Stocks and bonds

Stocks, Bonds and Other Investments

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Investing in RRSPs or in a non-registered account - which is better?

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Get money out of your RRSPs/RRIFs tax-free (sort of) - includes a calculator

Tax issues re investments, and tax treatment of different types of investments

Reporting foreign dollar transaction amounts on your tax return

Foreign asset reporting - form T1135 Foreign Income Verification Statement

Dividend tax credit for Canadian dividends

Interest expense on money borrowed to purchase stocks and bonds (securities) - can I write it off?

Carrying charges - what can and cannot be deducted regarding investment expenses?

Borrow to invest in stocks and exchange-traded funds (ETFs)

Transfer shares to your RRSP/TFSA/DPSP or RRIF, but not at a loss!

Investment losses - Make use of them.

Capital gains and losses and methods of deferring or eliminating capital gains

Capital losses can be carried back 3 years, to be offset against prior year capital gains.

Worthless shares or debt

Donating capital property, including securities, can eliminate capital gains or increase your donations limit

Foreign spin-offs - Tax deferral for distributions.

Washing trades can reduce your foreign exchange costs inside registered accounts.

Should I hold my investments in a holding company?

Tax Tip:  Know the tax consequences of your investment decisions.

 

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