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Here’s the tax secret: Income layering of all your income sources in retirement can help you get a better after-tax result, and help you preserve your capital for the future, too.
A recent presentation we provided for our clients on Effectively Dismantling your Lifetimes Accumulation – November 30, 2013
The discussion was how to effectively maintain your Government entitlements, such as Old Age Security and the Age Amount, while laying incomes from all sources in order to maximize the money available to spend, while reducing the stress for return on your investments.
December 7, 2011 – Changes to the Canada Pension Plan scheduled for January 1, 2012 may come as a surprise for some semi-retired Canadians. Up until now, once you began receiving your CPP retirement pension, you were no longer required (or allowed) to contribute to the CPP. As of January 1, that’s changing.
Canadian residents age 65 and older will receipt the Old Age Security pension if they have made application to receive the benefit and their income is under prescribed thresholds. The maximum pension is $537.97 for each month in the fourth quarter in 2011: October, November and December (an increase of $4.27 per month from the previous quarter).