Insightful article by Donalee Moulton in the Investment Executive.

Spousal RRSPs can be a simple and effective tax-saving strategy for married and common-law couples. But these accounts are not for everyone – and have potential drawbacks.

These plans are intended for couples, both common-law and married, who have dissimilar income levels, notes Ed Rempel, a fee-for-service financial planner in Toronto. Read more…

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    Ed



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