Table of Contents Dear Soon-to-be-financially independent-person, Grace and peace be with you as you continue on in your journey to be financially independent. Grace to you and me as we navigate the very many booby traps that litter the terrain of our journey. So you got this letter from the CRA which says that you […]
In this article, I’ll talk about how I invested in the stock markets this week by sharing with you: 1. Stocks I bought 2. The growth of my RRSP portfolio and 3. Stocks the gurus say will pop in the coming week and whether I’ll be buying. Portfolio Status: The portfolio currently sits at $3,128.86CAD […]
On my journey to financial independence, I challenged myself to save $1,000 and contribute that to my Registered Retirement Savings Plan (RRSP) account. This RRSP account sits with Wealth Simple on its trading platform. My RRSP contribution room for 2020 is about $4000. The goal is to grow my RRSP from $1000 to $5000 by […]
The Canada Recovery Benefit (CRB) explained is an article detailing the nature of the benefit and the problems you may encounter.
Please Note: The CRA rules are often changing so, call them or check their websites to see if any of the information here has changed. We will also do our best to keep this article updated.* The year 2020 has been quite revealing, really. This year has shown our frailties and the frailties of the […]