Topics for the Canadian Investor
Let's make learning interesting. Having built up some wealth, the topics below can help take your investing and planning to the next level. The material is designed to help you become a more informed investor.
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TSFAs vs RRSPs: The Financial Tug of War
For many, there is this dilemma of how to invest their money... Should we use Registered Retirement Savings Plans(RRSPs) or Tax-Free Savings Plans(TFSAs)? This course will walk you through everything you need to know, as well as some tax planning strategies to optimize best how you use TFSAs and RRSPs.
Behavioural Finance: Part 1 - The Behavioural Finance Perspective
Part one of this two-part series will help you really understand how human you really are. We focus on understanding the differences between what is known as traditional finance with the behavioural finance perspective. Advisors serve clients who are human. Let's study the human condition so we can elevate the effectiveness of our professional services.
Fashion in Finance: Investment Basics
How are Fashion and Finance similar? Through this introductory course, we will use some examples to show you how Fashion and Finance are really not that different. We understand that finance can be tough, especially if you don't understand some of the principles that advisors base their recommendations on.
Individual Pension Plans in 2021 – Shifting Perspectives & Basic Concepts
The first of our two-part series: Individual Pension Plans: Capturing a New Perspective, helps us build the understanding needed to identify the negative implications of a poorly planned IPP. As IPP experts for the past 20 years, Qube is shifting how we approach and evaluate the benefits of IPPs. This informative and educational webinar is intended to provide education on IPPs to accountants, executives, and business owners. We want to share our perspectives of both the pros and cons of utilizing an IPP.
WEBINAR: Risk it All or None at ALL?
Risk can be the difference between retiring at 55 instead of 60.Deciding on how much risk is not always so straightforward. When dealing with our lifelong savings and goals, 'How much risk?' is the BIGGEST question that needs to be answered. It’s a question that deserves more time and respect as you plan your future.