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2014 Financial Goals – September Update

To keep me honest and focused I post my financial goals on My Own Advisor.  One thing I’ve learned over the years is I have a much better chance at realizing my goals if I keep tabs on them, and often. Here’s a recap of our original 2014 financial goals: Continue putting $300 lump sum payments on our mortgage every month ($3,600). Maximize both Tax Free Savings Accounts (TFSAs) ($11,000). Increase Registered Retirement Savings Plan (RRSP) contributions by $200 per month ($2,400). Here’s our report card with just less than four months to ...
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2014 Financial Goals – August Update

 To keep me honest and focused I post my financial goals on My Own Advisor.  One thing I’ve learned over the years is I have a much better chance at realizing my goals if I keep tabs on them, and often. In case you missed earlier posts on this subject, here’s a recap of our 2014 financial goals: Continue putting $300 lump sum payments on our mortgage every month ($3,600). Maximize both Tax Free Savings Accounts (TFSAs) ($11,000). Increase Registered Retirement Savings Plan (RRSP) contributions by $200 per month ($2,400). Here’s where we ...
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2014 Financial Goals – June Update

To keep me honest and focused I post my financial goals on My Own Advisor.  One thing I’ve learned over the years is I have a much better chance at realizing my goals if I keep tabs on them, and often. In case you missed earlier posts on this subject, here’s a recap of our 2014 financial goals: Continue putting $300 lump sum payments on our mortgage every month ($3,600). Maximize both Tax Free Savings Accounts (TFSAs) ($11,000). Increase Registered Retirement Savings Plan (RRSP) contributions by $200 per month ($2,400). Here’s where we ...
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2014 Financial Goals – April Update

To keep me honest but also focused, I post my financial goals on My Own Advisor.  One thing I’ve learned over the years is I have a much better chance at realizing my goals if I keep tabs on them, and often. Here’s a recap of our 2014 financial goals: Continue putting $300 lump sum payments on our mortgage every month ($3,600). Maximize both Tax Free Savings Accounts (TFSAs) ($11,000). Increase Registered Retirement Savings Plan (RRSP) contributions by $200 per month ($2,400). Here’s our report card year-to-date. Continue putting $300 lump ...
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Our TFSA and RRSP Considerations for 2014

Over the last few weeks, I’ve received a number of emails from readers asking questions about Tax Free Savings Accounts (TFSAs) and Registered Retirement Savings Plans (RRSPs).  Here was another recent question, paraphrasing and quoting where I can: “Love your blog! It has really helped me enter the self-directed investment world.”  Given that it is the beginning of the year, “it would be great to know what stocks or ETFs you are considering for your TFSA and RRSP this year. Keep up the great work!” Thanks for this email (and the nice ...

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