Myth #5 from 10 Top Myths of Canadian Home Ownership – Revealed!

Myth #5: Once house paid off, max. RRSPs (or borrow for)

Many retirees in Canada are painfully finding out that they are in a tax bracket at is the same, if not higher, than when they were working.

The reason is that come retirement there are fewer deductions and exemptions to be had.

Furthermore, many individuals are receiving good pensions from their old employers (teachers, fire fighters, policemen, etc.).

By the time all this is taken into consideration there is no noticeable difference in their tax bracket. I know, because I have many of these
individuals as clients and I am seeing this first hand…

In fact, in some circumstances, those with sizable RRSP assets are experiencing the Old Age Security (OAS) “claw back”.

This means that of the approx. $8400 annual income that every 65 year old Canadian is entitled to begin receiving from the Canadian government
can be partially or totally “taxed back”…

The reason is that RRSPs form part of what is known as the “means” test for this government pension.

One could have a million dollars in a non-RRSP account and get the full OAS government pension.

But by having to much in RRSPs, could put them “off side” and they will get a partial or total “claw back” of OAS…

Now just think about this.

Canadians for years have been told that they should be contributing heavily to RRSPs to see them through retirement…

Then, only to be told “at the end of the game” – sorry! You have to much saved and we are now going to take away a pension that we had promised

Myth #5: Once house paid off, max. RRSPs (or borrow for)Pt.2

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Video Index of 10 Top Myths of Canadian Home Ownership – Revealed!

Myth #1 Big down payment & extra principal payments

Myth #2 Your Canadian home equity has a rate of return

Myth #3 The equity in your home enhances your net worth

Myth #4 Financial security is having your house paid off

Myth #5 Once house paid off, max. RRSPs (or borrow for)

Myth #6 All debt is bad

Myth #7 Canadian mortgage interest-an expense to be eliminated ASAP

Myth #8 Borrowing then investing holds no potential growth returns

Myth #9 I can do much better in real estate than the stock market

Myth #10 Only lucky people with money taking high risks get wealthy