Whatever your goals may be, we’re ready to help you achieve them with investment advice, guidance, and a range of registered and non-registered investment options.
An investment is considered “non-registered” when you hold it outside of a registered plan such as a Tax-Free Savings Account (TFSA) or Registered Retirement Savings Plan (RRSP). The main difference is that investment income from non-registered investments is taxable.
Registered plans are savings and investment accounts registered with the federal government that offer tax advantages. These plans can hold a range of investment products that can include cash, GICs and mutual funds.
First, determine the right plan for your financial goal