Small Talk- March 2022

March 04, 2022 |Brendon Boothman
From our Team I’d like to go back to my early days studying finance and markets to focus on a concept that to this day fascinates me, the power of compounding. The younger a person starts to save and invest money the better. The larger the pool of funds...
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Small Talk- February 2022

February 11, 2022 |Brendon Boothman
From our Team Teaching our children money skills is now easier than ever. The Mydoh app and Smart Cash Card make it easy for kids to gain real money skills. You can set tasks, pay allowance and keep an eye on spending, all in real time. Until April 18...
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Do I have enough to retire?

March 25, 2021 |Brendon Boothman
A question we often get asked is "do I have enough money to retire?". The answer that I always give to that question is "it depends". Several factors determine if a person has enough and no two situations are the same so a cookie cutter approach does...
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An integrated approach to wealth planning with myGPS™

October 26, 2020 |Investment, tax, and lifestyle perspectives from RBC Wealth Management Services

Augmenting the client-advisor connection in making wealth planning work for you.

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Pro athletes: How to navigate short careers, long retirements

September 04, 2020 |RBC Wealth Management

It can be overwhelming to be on the receiving end of a financial windfall. What pro athletes need to know.

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Individual Pension Plans (IPPs)

April 24, 2020 |RBC Wealth Management Services

“For incorporated business owners or professionals, or key employees, an IPP may be beneficial for enhancing retirement income.”

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Reallocating Your Wealth: taking a look at pools of capital

June 26, 2018 |Brendon Boothman
We all have the same traditional pools of capital, within which to accumulate and invest our wealth and draw income- pension, registered and non-registered assets. Within the non-registered option there are such vehicles as equities, fixed income & mutual...
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Tax planning strategies for high-income earners

Depending on your province of residence, you may be subject to tax at a rate of 50% or higher when your income exceeds a set amount.

Discover several strategies that make for a tax-smart wealth plan.