Retirement - click on the title of the article / calculator for more information
Articles / Reference
He Wants to Retire…but She Doesn't
– The Wall Street Journal - How couples negotiate one of the toughest parts of retirement: deciding when to start
Registered Retirement Savings Plans
RRSPs allow taxpayers to minimize their tax burden by making tax deductible contributions toward their retirement while they are in their higher taxed income producing years.
Registered Retirement Income Funds
RRIFs - one of the maturity choices for RRSP accounts when the plan holder turns 71
Estimating Your CPP Retirement Pension
Do you ever wonder how much you will receive?
New Old Age Security (OAS) Option
began July 1, 2013
Pension Income Splitting Rules
Explaining what pension income splitting is and how it can help to lessen your tax burden
Understanding OAS and GIS Clawbacks
Advisor.ca - You will not find a single instance of the word “clawback” in Canada’s tax legislation...
Tax Free Savings Account (TFSA)
A TFSA is a flexible, registered account that allows Canadians to watch their investments – including interest income, dividend payments and capital gains – grow tax-free.
Calculate how much you will need to save between now and the day you retire
This calculator will help you determine the value of your RRSP at retirement and the stream of income you can expect to receive in your retirement.
Get a personalized assessment of the tax benefits you gain by investing in your RRSP
RRIF / LIF Illustrator
Find out how much income your Registered Savings plan will generate in retirement.
Registered / Non Registered Comparison Weigh the benefits of registered versus non-registered growth
Investment and Regular Withdrawal
Calculate the regular income stream generated by your non-registered investment.
Government of Canada
Credits, Benefits & Incentives for Single People and Families
Income Expense & Budget
Credit & Debt Managment
Retirement & Pension
Estate Administration Tax, Who Pays Estate Administration Tax, Tax Rate....