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Your tax return: How to claim the home accessibility credit
The home accessibility tax credit helps make homes safer and more accessible for people with disabilities and the elderly. Claim up to $10,000 each year for a tax savings of $1,500.]
Sticking with the U.S.
As the current bout of U.S. economic expansion approaches the longest in history, Marija Majdoub analyses whether U.S. equities will continue to deliver going forward. Spoiler alert: It is.
Claim your investment fees on your tax return
Carrying charges are expenses you incur to earn investment income in non-registered accounts: fees to manage or take care of your investments and fees for certain investment advice.
March is Fraud Prevention Month: Here are some tips on protecting yourself from scammers
March is Fraud Prevention Month. Here are some specific tips on how to protect yourself from different types of scams
The money lies that couples tell—and how to stop them
Financial infidelity can take many forms. People may lie to their partners about finances by keeping private bank accounts and credit cards, or hiding money with family members.
It's time for active management to shine
It's been a challenging decade for active managers focused on U.S. stocks. But things are changing as market volatility returns to more normal levels, giving active managers an opportunity to shine.
Rethinking RRSPs and TFSAs for incorporated doctors
Passive income rules have changed for incorporated professionals.Where it once made sense to shelter your earnings in a corporation alone, today you might want to consider saving outside of your corp.
Winter 2018/2019: Designing portfolios with downside protection
Edward Golding and Mark Fairbairn, Assistant Vice Presidents with the Investment Management and Strategy team discuss downside protection, how it is achieved and MD’s approach to creating investor val
Winter 2018/2019: Why Is Everyone Always Talking About The Yield Curve?
Please join Marija Majdoub, Vice President with the Investment Management and Strategy team here at MD as she chats with Ian Taylor, Assistant Vice President about the yield curve—what it is, why it’s
Med students: having a plan is key to avoiding money stress
Medical students can take control of their money by managing their debt and spending as early as possible. Working with a financial advisor can also go a long way.
Winter 2018/2019 market outlook: Seeing opportunities in 2019
Market volatility has returned, causing global markets to finish lower in 2018. We believe this end-of-year sell-off was overdone.
Easy tips for saving more money
As a resident you incur many new costs on top of the debt you may have from medical school. Here are some ways to save a little extra.
Bricks, mortar and commercial real estate
While it can be daunting to invest directly in commercial real estate, a private real estate pool can give access to global properties that are neither publicly owned nor traded.
Positioning for market volatility
MD funds are designed to outperform and smooth out the ride. Vice President, Craig Maddock details how we’ve done.
Introducing MD Precision Index Portfolios™
Peace, order and good dividends: Bank stocks offer a calming touch
As an industry, Canadian banks have shown amazing resilience through volatile markets.
Four tips to help you manage your finances
For new in practice physicians, setting up a debt repayment plan – and tracking where money is being spent – is a crucial step toward financial well-being. Now that you’re finally making an income,
Fall 2018: Macroeconomic Review
Earnings growth has been strong across different sectors and the U.S. continues to lead the way. We’ve seen disparity between the performance of developed market equities and emerging market equites.
How to take time off for parental leave, while being a doctor