Different account types have different features and perks that can help make investing more efficient. Learn about the five main types of accounts.
To help you save for what you want, there are different kinds of accounts available, with different features.
Non-registered investment accounts are flexible and easy to use. Just keep in mind that all earnings in these accounts are taxable, in the year they’re received.
Registered education savings plans (RESPs) are designed to help you save for a child’s post-secondary education.
If you’re incorporated, a corporate investment account allows you to keep your business investments separate from your personal ones.
There’s a lot to consider when choosing which accounts work best for you, such as your current and future household income and whether you’re incorporated.
Want to benefit from the advice of a specialist? Our MD Advisors* can help you understand which combination of account types makes the most sense for you and your family, both now and in the future.