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Business Investments

Business Investment Why Choose Business Investments? At 3i Financial Investment Services Inc, we work in partnership with businesses by offering our financial expertise to help create and add value to your organization. Our advisors are dedicated and experienced to understand the unique financial needs of your business. Our 3i Business Financial Plan is tailored to …

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RDSP

RDSP What is a Registered Disability Savings Plan (RDSP)? The Registered Disability Savings Plan (RDSP) is a registered savings plan specifically designed for Canadians with disabilities and their families to save for a long-term financial needs. The plan allows a person who is eligible for the federal disability tax credit to accumulate up to $200,000 …

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Segregated Funds

Segregated Funds What is Segregated Funds? A segregated fund is used by insurance companies to manage individual, variable annuity insurance products. Segregated funds are insurance investment products that are similar to mutual funds; however, segregated funds must be issued in conjunction with a life insurance contract. Segregated funds investor may qualify for RESP, TFSA, RDSP …

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RRSP

RRSP What is a A Registered Retirement Savings Plan (RRSP) A Registered Retirement Savings Plan (RRSP) is a personal savings account registered with the Canadian government to help individuals accumulate capital on a tax-deferred basis for their retirement including tax deductions. The objective is to help individuals grow their savings in a tax free environment …

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RESP

RESP What is a Registered Education Savings Plan (RESP)? A Registered Education Savings Plan (RESP) allows parents and guardians to accumulate the necessary funds to finance a child’s post-secondary education. The federal government allows you to accumulate investment income on a tax-sheltered basis until the funds are withdrawn. Who can open an RESP? Anyone who …

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