Ask Me Anything about investing on Jan. 31!
A lot of Canadian investors make lump sum deposits right before the March RRSP deadline. And if you haven’t contributed to your RRSP yet, well, that’s probably a great idea! Invest while the market is low and aim to lower the tax you pay. Good stuff.
But why do so many Canadians wait? Well, some just procrastinate. We’ve all done that at some point. Some are stressed out or confused about how to invest. Hey, we get it! And we want to help.
This year, we want to take the stress out of investing. We want to help you feel more confident about your money! That’s why we’re bringing back the Ask Me Anything (AMA) session on Reddit’s Personal Finance Canada.
Join Financial Advisers Clayton Brown and Ryan Bevelander. Get answers to questions like…
- “Which account should I invest in?”
- “The TFSA contribution room has been raised to $6,000. What does this mean for me?”
- “What happens if I make a withdrawal in 2019?”
- “What is the benefit of having an RRSP and a TFSA?”
Ask Me Anything Event Details
Where: Participate and follow along via our AMA thread on Reddit’s Personal Finance Canada
Date: Thursday, Jan 31
Time: 8am to 1pm PST
Join us and get your questions answered. Or, watch from the sidelines to see what over investors want to know about TFSAs, RRSPs, and investing in general!