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    Yes. Assuming the objective is to take a withdraw...

    Yes. Assuming the objective is to take a withdraw a small, specified amount annually, while leaving the remainder intact, the most efficient strategy would be to use the desired annual payment as the...
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    And business women too.

    And business women too.
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    You are not living alone.

    You are not living alone.
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    My thoughts too. She can't have her cake and eat...

    My thoughts too. She can't have her cake and eat it!
  5. They say you should dress for the job you want,...

    They say you should dress for the job you want, not the one you have. If well tailored business attire gives you confidence, it may make a difference in the opportunities you get at work. I would...
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    I am not a tax expert, but I have made a move...

    I am not a tax expert, but I have made a move like that. It was a process rather than a date. My accountant was able to claim expenses that went over one year, including real estate fees that were...
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    This Australian author thinks it's new: ...

    This Australian author thinks it's new:

    https://www.theguardian.com/commentisfree/2017/feb/28/in-that-moment-i-loathed-america-i-loathed-the-entire-country
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    See the linked reference in post #8. A LIF must...

    See the linked reference in post #8. A LIF must be annuitized to qualify.
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    True, but if you withdraw money from your RRSP on...

    True, but if you withdraw money from your RRSP on a one time basis, you will usually pay a fee to your financial institution, like $50. If you withdraw something every year, or more frequently, those...
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    My understanding is that you can't withdraw from...

    My understanding is that you can't withdraw from an RRSP unless you cash the whole thing in. I have done this with a GIC. But to set up recurring payments, you have to convert your RRSP to a RRIF. Of...
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    Well, I am single and do not have a pension, so I...

    Well, I am single and do not have a pension, so I make it my business to take advantage of any little break available to me, even if it is only $2000.
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    http://www.taxtips.ca/filing/pensiontaxcredit/elig...

    http://www.taxtips.ca/filing/pensiontaxcredit/eligibleincome.htm
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    I am withdrawing some RRSP funds early as well....

    I am withdrawing some RRSP funds early as well. If I don't, RMDs will force me into the highest tax bracket at age 71. Instead, I choose to pay some tax now in a lower bracket. Another reason to...
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    The recent case of the lady from Toronto who was...

    The recent case of the lady from Toronto who was told she needed a visa to enter the US suggests that power crazed immigration officials are doing whatever the hell they want, because now they can. I...
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    Two potential problems with this strategy: 1....

    Two potential problems with this strategy:

    1. How are you going to consistently get 6-10% interest in your TFSA? You might get returns like that in equity markets, but certainly not on interest...
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