Saving for retirement is the clearest path to a bright future. Choose a retirement investment that’s as safe and profitable as it is affordable. Saskatchewan Pension Plan (SPP) offers people easy pension options with proven, consistent returns and low fund management fees.
Today I’m interviewing Shannon Lee Simmons for savewithspp.com. She is a Certified Financial Planner, Chartered Investment Manager, media personality, personal finance expert and founder of the online New School of Finance. Shannon has also won a whole slew of awards including being named one of Canada’s Top 30 under 30. She has a monthly … Continue reading Interview with Shannon Lee Simmons: Debunking Financial Myths*
Unfortunately, what goes up must come down and recent volatility illustrates that the stock market is no exception. Your head knows this is the time NOT to check your investments every day or start selling at a loss, but your heart is still going pitter patter at random hours of the day and night. There … Continue reading Feb 19: Best from the blogosphere
The “holy trinity” of tax-assisted savings plans available to Canadians are TFSAs, RRSPs and RESPs. RESPs (Registered Educational Savings Plans) are primarily designed to help families to save for post-secondary education. Each year, on every dollar up to $2,500 (to a life time maximum of $50,000) that you contributed to an RESP for a child’s … Continue reading Group vs Individual RESPs: What’s the difference ?
The investment update to December 31, 2017 is now available.
Effective January 29, 2018, the annual maximum SPP contribution was raised from $2,500 to $6,000. This change applies for the 2017 tax year. Please see the limit announcement webpage.