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Accounts

Self-Directed Accounts

Our Self-Directed Accounts allow clients to hold a multitude of qualified investments. These include Exempt Market Securities, Arms-Length Mortgages, Private Mutual Fund Trust Units, Private Corporate Debt Securities, Private Company Shares (CCPCs), Mortgage Investment Corporation Shares (MICs), Mutual Funds and Publicly Traded Securities. Our Self-Directed Platform gives the client control of their investment decisions.
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RRSP

Registered Retirement Savings Plan

Overview
An RRSP is a tax deferred investment account designed for saving towards retirement years. Registered with the federal government, RRSPs have special tax benefits. Contributions made to an RRSP can be deducted on a tax return and can reduce the amount of tax paid. An RRSP allows taxpayers to defer paying taxes on retirement savings until funds are withdrawn.
TFSA

Tax Free Savings Account

Overview
A TFSA is a registered savings account that allows eligible Canadian residents to earn investment income tax-free inside the account. Contributions to the account are not deductible for tax purposes and withdrawals from the account are not taxable.
RRIF / Spousal RRIF / Prescribed RRIF

Registered Retirement Income Fund

Overview
A RRIF is introduced to provide income during the years following retirement. It is established by transferring the accumulated funds from an RRSP where they will remain in a tax-deferred environment.

Following the year in which the RRIF is established, the annuitant is required to take a minimum withdrawal (payment) as determined by the Canada Revenue Agency (CRA).
Family / Individual RESP

Registered Educational Savings Plan

Overview
An RESP is a Canadian savings plan designed to assist its subscriber (parent or legal guardian) save for their children's post-secondary education. The RESP provides its subscriber with direct access to apply for the Canada Education Savings Grant and is a means of generating tax-deferred income.

The Family RESP permits one or more beneficiary. All beneficiaries must be connected to the Subscriber by blood or adoption.

The Individual RESP permits only one beneficiary. There is no requirement to be connected to the Subscriber by blood or adoption.
LIRA / LRSP / RLSP & LIF / New LIF / RLIF

Locked-In Retirement Account and Locked-In Income Fund

Overview
A Locked-In Account originates from a company or government pension plan. Unlike RRSPs, contributions cannot be made to Locked-In Accounts nor can de-registrations (withdrawals) be requested. These accounts cannot be cashed in or be used for programs such as the Home Buyers Plan. Some legislations allow exceptions to the Locked-In rules which can provide the annuitant options to withdraw in-cash or transfer to an RRSP. The rules differ based on the legislation (Federal or Provincial).
Individual / Corporate / Joint

Non-Registered Account

Overview
A Non-Registered Account is an option for Canadian residents who wish to invest in alternative financial solutions. The Non-Registered Accounts offer secure record keeping, automated tax reporting and no contribution limits for both individuals and corporations.

Investment Options

Our role is to act as an unbiased administrator and efficiently manage your transactions. We do not offer or promote any investment offerings, meaning the investment decisions are left to you and your client. We’re here to support by holding your client’s funds and securities in trust, processing investment transactions as instructed, issuing tax documentation, record keeping and much more.
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Exempt Market Securities

Arm’s-Length Mortgages

Mortgage Investment Corporation Shares

Private Mutual Fund Trust Units

Private Corporate Debt Securities

Private Company Shares

Publicly Traded Securities

Mutual Funds