Keren Deich

Maximizing Returns and Minimizing Taxes: Tax-Efficient Investment Strategies

Investing wisely is not just about maximizing returns, but also about optimizing the after-tax returns. In Canada, taxes can significantly impact your investment outcomes. Fortunately, there are several strategies that can help you reduce your tax burden and enhance your overall investment success.

Maximizing Returns and Minimizing Taxes: Tax-Efficient Investment Strategies Read More »

The Importance of Staying Invested in the Market: A Lesson in Missed Opportunities

Staying invested in the market is a concept that often gets overshadowed by short-term market fluctuations and sensational headlines, but its significance cannot be overstated. Time and again, history has shown us that those who remain committed to their investments tend to reap substantial rewards in the long run. To illustrate this point, let’s consider

The Importance of Staying Invested in the Market: A Lesson in Missed Opportunities Read More »

Three Investment Principles To Minimize Headlines-Induced Anxiety

Like any Canadian who has a market-based investment portfolio, headlines in the media can make for a very anxious journey. Good and bad news alike, can cause emotional reactions and potentially invoke bad decision making. Long-term investing does not have to be worrisome exercise. You can have a more enjoyable investment experience by subscribing to

Three Investment Principles To Minimize Headlines-Induced Anxiety Read More »

Being Flexible Can Save You Money and Yield Better Stock Market Returns

Have you ever bought roses on Valentine’s Day? Odds are you paid a premium to buy those roses for your loved one. However, you weren’t the only one. The increased demand and competition for roses on Valentine’s Day drives up the prices. Simple supply and demand. This concept can be translated to the stock market,

Being Flexible Can Save You Money and Yield Better Stock Market Returns Read More »

How do the RRSP contribution carry forward rules work?

MoneySense.ca: “As soon as a taxpayer starts to earn income—like employment income, self-employment income, royalties, research grants or net rental income—they accumulate room for their registered retirement savings plan (RRSP). There are no age limits, so a teenager with a part-time job can start to build their RRSP room as long as they file a tax return

How do the RRSP contribution carry forward rules work? Read More »

FREE RESOURCE

Get actionable financial insights from the Top financial planners in Toronto.

Toronto's Top Financial Advisors
Copyright Assante Wealth Management. © 2024

Disclaimer | Assante advisory services are offered through Assante Capital Management Ltd. Assante Capital Management Ltd. is a Member of the Canadian Investor Protection Fund and Investment Industry Regulatory Organization of Canada. The services described may not be applicable or available with respect to all clients. Services and products may be provided by an Assante advisor or through affiliated or non-affiliated third parties. Some services and products may not be available through all Assante advisors. Services may change without notice. Insurance products and services are provided through Assante Estate and Insurance Services Inc.

We have a team of advisors each specializing in varying portfolio sizes. Please let us know the approx. amount of your investable assets to help us to direct you to the advisor that is best suited to you.