Has your pension maxed out your RRSP limit?
As a teacher, it's easier for that to happen than you might think. Your pension contributions -- and your school board's -- both apply against your RRSP limit. Typically you'll probably have about $3,500 left in contribution room every year, and if you've been diligent about saving you could easily have hit your limit.
Non-Registered Investments as part of your ATA Voluntary Benefits can let you keep growing your financial future with a wide range of professionally managed options.
Non-Registered Investments provide a basket of products -- stocks, bonds, cash, etc. -- bundled together to give you great diversification. And this diversification generally dissipates risk. They are liquid investments to give you a lot of flexibility in your choices. And as Independent Brokers, we can shop the markets and access virtually any fund that you should have access to.
Contact us today to see how we can help group your portfolio of Non-Registered Investments!
ATA Registered Retirement Income Fund (RRIF)
When it comes time to draw an income out of your ATA Group RRSP, how do you do it?
ATA Registered Retirement Savings Plan (RRSP)
When you retire from teaching for your school board, will you have saved up enough for retirement to do the things you want to do?