here we go again
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here we go again
Relevant yet again.
Low angle makes it difficult and yes, lots of people were there but not many compared to previous years:
How is that a credit? Having a drink is a great way to relax and ponder one's beliefs. He's obviously rarely done that.
Of course, he's a cocaine fuelled alleged rapist who has admitted to...
I'm never surprised how relevant this clip is when reading this forum.
We ended up doing it solo actually. Only had quite liquid investments and me being fairly objective (I sold the car to her for what it was worth) made it easy. Funny to read this thread and see how...
I'd say don't start dumping cash into an RRSP until you start hit tax tier 3. ~46K in BC. That's a wide tax bracket.
It's true - people are so polarized with Trump as they were with Obama.... at least on the conservative side Trump can do no wrong (even though he's admitted to sexual assault, gone bankrupt multiple...
It is wonderfully ironic considering how Trump used fake news to get where he is: eg. Birther movement and now it seems like (maybe) fake news is coming back to bite him.
It's more people being arrogant with a good dose of stupidity (a dangerous combination (see Trump & global warming threads for further examples).
Having an EXTREMELY effective portfolio is dead...
This is a useful guide. It's what I plan to follow at least.
I did it last week and it worked through RBC. I did, however, try it last summer and it didn't.
I'm' going to be indulging my savings bug until tax time. By then I should have my TFSA and RRSP maxed out. RESP will be maxed out tomorrow.