RRSP investments

The RRSP contribution limit deadline is fast approaching, and many Canadians have still not contributed to their accounts yet. Fortunately, there is still some time to add some stocks that can help fuel some growth for years to come.

Here are a couple of companies to consider adding to your RRSP that are a good balance between growth and dividend payouts.  Read More…


  1. LOL! I can’t believe i just came across this article and it totally slipped my mind i need to make contributions for 2015 now, now now because i have until March 1st(?).

    Anyway, thanks for postiing this! You are a life saver 🙂

  2. It must be nice. Personally, i just don’t make enough to be able to contribute. Or at least contribute an amount that would amount to much in the long term. Even if i could it probably wouldn’t make much sense since at my tax bracket there is no real benefit to put it away.

  3. Not sure if people realize but its best to hold your USD holdings in an RRSP because at least there the US can’t do withholding tax on dividends and sales of stock which then you would then have to file to recover them with the IRS which is a pain.

  4. It still confuses me the difference between this an TFSA. To me i am not big on government adding new confusing methods.

  5. I never understood whyt he deadline was in late February. Why not just end it on December 31?

  6. Hmmmm…now a big fan of Cineplex (one of the stocks it mentioned). Personally, the problem with Cineplex, which as most people know is one of the biggest theatre chains, is that they are starting to decline because people are finding mroe reason to just stay home and use Netflix.

    At least my family is that way. We have not gone to a theatre in a few years now. Anyone remember Famous Players?

  7. Does anyone know if the Liberals will increase contribution space more than the maximum which i believe is $25,000?

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