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Non-tax-resident of Canada needs to pay taxes for investment account earnings?

if a person were to be a non-resident of Canada without jobs, a spouse, kids, asset (houses, cars etc.) in Canada, then that person would not be obliged to file a tax report. However, if that person ...
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How to evaluate different account (RRSP, TFSA, …) and investment types (equities, bonds, cash) combinations

If I make $1 tomorrow, I can put that $1 in several accounts: Personal non-registered account Personal RRSP account Personal TFSA account Pay down mortgage Leave in corporation and take out later ...
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Whether to prepay mortgage or invest in stocks

If at the end of the year, I have 10k in hand that I want to save/invest and these are my options: 1.Prepay into mortgage. Rate is 2.1% 2.Invest in stocks and I know I can get at least 7 % return. ...
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Does your employer have to hold back taxes on your paycheque?

I've been looking at ways to increase the amount of liquidity that I have on a day-to-day basis, and notice that I have quite a fair amount of my bi-weekly paycheque going right to taxes that I'm ...
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Extra Investment - Small monthly payment, RRSP vs Mortgage vs Mutual fund

I'm planning to invest/save some extra money on a monthly basis probably around $100-200 or so. I'm not sure where I should put it from the following options RRSP (probably open a TD e-series ...
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Which investment option provides the best income tax benefit? [Canada]

If I have $100 to invest and I have the ability to choose from the following: GIC at 3% interest Shares that I might later sell at $105 Shares that pay a dividend of $3 Assuming that the period is ...