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Fiscal Agents Money Management e-Newsletter is a comprehensive and interesting collection of articles and news tidbits related to various aspects of the financial industry. Compiled monthly, it also contains analysis of trends, products and ideas from a consumer point of view.

Designed in an easy to read format, it is packed with links, rates and polls that reflect the latest developments in the world of finance. Express your views through our monthly poll and make our rate tables a part of your investments research.

Are you searching for previous issues of the Money Management Newsletter? Below, you will find all issues that have been released prior to the current month, as well as bulletins that have been released regarding time-sensitive material. To view past issues, click on the titles located beside the corresponding month.

The Money Management Newsletter,
E-Mail Edition Archive
Archive Contents

 
Issue Title
Date
ENOUGH BULL: The book your bank REALLY does not want you to read
Contents:
No rush to adjust tax returns, Richest 10% pay 55% of Taxes, Students denied tax credit for student loan interest, Federal Budget 2013, Don’t overcontribute, Ontario auditor general will revisit auto insurance watchdog this summer regarding high premiums, The Shift to Retirement Income - Beyond the Headlines, Ottawa urges implementation of PRPPs
April 2013
Estate planning provides peace of mind
Contents:
Are you 65 or older? Save money at tax time!, New tax credit eases caregiver expenses, Students are encouraged to claim their tax benefits, Reminder: Do-not-call list, Did you know? (Insurance edition), Claim tax credits for your child's fitness and arts activities, Prepare your will with taxes in mind, Repaying your student loan, 2011 study reveals the Five risks to retirement income (Revisited), Tax breaks: A quick overview
February 2013
Newly Single? Here are four tips to help you re-establish financial independence
Contents:
How does CDIC calculate insurance for deposits purchased through brokers?, Choosing the Best Fixed Rate Guaranteed Investment Certificate, 5 ways to Guarantee You Get the Best Rate on Your Savings, Tax free savings accounts upper limit increases to $5,500, 8 things you need to know about RRSPs, In the Press: 5 year-end tax tips, Are you a Canadian with U.S. banking needs?, Mortgage Commentary - December, 2012
December 2012
How much will you get from Canada Pension Plan in Retirement?
Contents:
Mortgage Update - October 2012, Employee Benefits: Taxable, or Not?, The Lost Art of Saving, 12 Steps to Getting Organized Financially, This may be the last thing you'll think of…, Tax Alert - New streamlined filing procedures announced by IRS for US citizens living outside the US, Get Ready to Save, TFSA Tips,
October 2012
Five reasons why women should have their own will
Contents:
Teaching financial basics has never been easier, Renovating? Contact your insurance company, Don't Bet Your Retirement on a Simple Approach, The Little Black Book of Scams, Hiring or electing a relative to be an executor - the challenges, New: Bank External Complaint Bodies (ECB's)
August 2012
Residency rules snowbirds need to know
Contents:
Attribution rules re: Gifts, transfers, or loans to a spouse or a related minor child, E-mail fraud causes tax trouble, Tax Topics: Insured Annuities, What happens to locked-in pension funds?, A saver's road map for twentysomethings, Next time somebody says GICs are for the birds. Newlyweds need to talk about money, Income-splitting using testamentary trusts, Planning for your child's future
June 2012
Tax tips for Seniors
Contents:
Pleasant Surprise at Tax Time?, Pension Income Splitting, Snowbirding in the U.S., Canada Revenue Agency announce new incentives and changes, Students and their financially-supporting family. Not being prepared to be single in retirement
March 2012

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