Trailing Returns of the S&P/TSX Total Return Index Try the calculator below > As the expression says, “patience is a virtue.” Nowhere is this more true than in the world of investing, and here’s why. The nine charts in this calculator show the trailing returns of the S&P/TSX Total Return Index for terms ranging from […]
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Explore retirement saving strategies such as increasing your annual RRSP contributions, contribute earlier in the year, start early in life, contribute longer and earn a higher rate of return.
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TFSAs and RRSPs help shelter your investment returns from taxes helping you grow your wealth faster. TFSA contributions are not tax deductible but you do not have to pay taxes on the money you withdraw. With an RRSP, contributions are tax deductible but any withdrawals are considered income and you have to pay taxes on […]
Canadians are increasingly relying on their own resources to fund their retirement. Learn more about strategies to make your RRSP grow and increase your retirement capital.
Find out if you are saving enough and what options are available so you can retire financially secure.
Estimate of the number of years a person would be expected to live, based on age- and sex-specific mortality rates for a given period.
Use this calculator to see how long your money will last if you make regular, annual income withdrawals and factor in inflation.
Explore retirement saving strategies such as increasing your annual IRA contributions, contribute early in the year, start contributing early in life, contribute longer and earn a higher rate of return.
Explore retirement saving strategies such as increasing your annual 401(k) contributions, contribute early in the year, start contributing early in life, contribute longer and earn a higher rate of return.
Estimate the number of years you need to recover from a bear market using three comparative rates of return.
This calculator shows how diversification would have protected your portfolio during any of the seven bear markets since 1968. Compare the performance of a diversified portfolio to one made up of stocks only.
This financial calculator compares the growth of the three major asset classes, stocks, bonds and cash, using historical rates of return between 1937 and 2012.
Use this calculator to see the difference in the growth of your RRSP between starting your contributions early in life versus starting later.
This calculator determines the real rate of return on an investment after taking taxes and inflation into account, and illustrates what the investment will be worth, in after tax dollars.
Earning the highest rate of return your risk tolerance will permit can make a dramatic difference.