Best Canadian Dividend Stocks – May 2022 Update

best canadian dividend stocks

As we update our list of the Best Canadian Dividend Stocks for May, 2022, we continue to focus on four key areas: Dividend Yield Dividend Growth Consistency Earnings Per Share Overall Company Revenues As we head into spring and summer, safe Canadian dividend stocks continue to hold more and more allure as stable linchpins in…

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Canadian Dividend Kings List May 2022

Dividend Kings List

Investing in Dividend Kings (aka Dividend Aristocrats) is coming back into style again in 2022, after a decade of fast-paced outperformance for technology growth stocks. Click here to jump directly to my 2022 picks. As valuations come back down to Earth, the idea of receiving tax-efficient dividend payments from blue chip companies with reliable income…

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Best Canadian Chequing Account 2022

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Most of us have memories of our parents or grandparents whipping out their chequebooks at the store or at the kitchen table when it was time to pay bills. While we may not need to spend hours a month writing out cheques and balancing our chequebooks, we still need quick access to cash for daily…

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Best Day Trading Platform In Canada 2022

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When it comes to Canadian online brokers or trading platforms for active Canadian day traders it’s important to look at the “elite tier pricing” offers that each brokerage offers as opposed to the normal mainstream pricing. Depending on the trading platform, you are usually considered a day trader if you make more than 150 trades…

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Top 6 Indexing Options for Your Portfolio

how to build index portfolio

If you’ve started your research on investing, but still aren’t quite sure how or where to get started, you are not alone. Plenty of almost-investors get stuck at the starting line for reasons like not feeling educated enough, feeling like they don’t have enough money to start investing, or simply feeling unclear on which type…

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How to Build a Dividend Growth Portfolio

build dividend portfolio

If you’ve been following MDJ for a while, you will come to learn that I’m a fan of two investing strategies, index investing (buying the broad market with low fee ETFs/mutual funds) and income producing dividend growth investing. I like index investing for its ease, low cost, and ability to beat most active mutual fund…

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Questrade vs Qtrade in 2022

Questrade Vs Qtrade

After several years of Questrade claiming the top spot in our list of best Canadian discount brokers 2022 proved to be the year that Qtrade claimed the crown.   You can tell from our full length Qtrade review and Questrade review that we are big fans of both brokerages, and that any honest Qtrade vs Questrade…

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Best Canadian Online Brokers 2022

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Our 2022 Best Canadian Online Brokers Rankings are analyzed monthly by the Million Dollar Journey Team in order to provide up-to-date brokerage information on fees, promo offers, and platform updates. Finding the best online brokerage has been a key theme for MDJ since I started the site back in 2006, so we’ve had plenty of…

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Best Renewable Energy Stocks in Canada

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With all of the attention on Canadian energy stocks due to the recent run up in oil prices, many experts are arguing that now is the time to look into Canadian renewable or “green energy” stocks.   If you are a longtime MDJ reader, you’ll notice a few crossover companies from our best Canadian dividend stocks…

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Wealthsimple Review (2022 Update)

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* A Wealthsimple Promo Offer Coupon for You Wealthsimple has provided me with a promotion code for our readers – providing a $50 cash bonus on a $500 min. deposit. This means you don’t pay any management fees for 12  full months as you test the platform out! Try this top Canadian robo advisor.  To…

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Investing In Gold In Canada

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As one might expect in a market pullback (and geopolitical crisis) we’re getting many requests about how to invest in gold in Canada, as well as how to invest in commodities (which we covered not so long ago). The awkward truth is that while this should be gold’s time to shine (see what I did…

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Best High Yield Canadian Stocks 2022

best yield stocks canada

Given that our best Canadian dividend stocks list is consistently the most popular article on our site, I guess we shouldn’t be surprised at the number of questions we get that go something along the lines of: “Why do you guys like Canadian National Railway so much, there is barely any dividend yield there.  Why…

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Best High Interest Savings Accounts 2022

Top Canadian High Interest Savings Accounts

With current world events sending the stock market into a bit of a volatile situation, it’s the perfect time to consider some safer ways to invest your cash. High interest savings accounts (HISAs) can be a great way to keep your money safe and accessible in Canada. HISAs are, as the name implies, a savings…

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Financial Freedom Update March 2022 – First Update of the Year ($68,100 in Dividend Income!)

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Welcome to the Million Dollar Journey March 2022 Financial Freedom Update – the first update of the year! If you would like to follow my whole financial journey, you can get my updates sent directly to your email, via Twitter and/or Facebook. For those of you new here, since achieving $1M in net worth in June 2014 (age 35), I have shifted my focus to…

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The Best Canadian Dividend ETFs

Best Canadian Dividend Etfs

This post was originally written in 2015 but I have updated it in April of 2021 due to recent questions about the top Canadian dividend ETFs available.  Check out the new entrants below. Dividend investing has been a part of my portfolio strategy since I started MDJ and has become a major part of my…

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Questrade Review 2022 [$50 Promo Offer Code]

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Is Questrade Safe & Secure? One of the most common questions that I have gotten in the comments below is: Is investing my money through a Questrade online brokerage account safe? Is Questrade as safe as RBC, TD, CIBC, ScotiaBank, and BMO? – MDJ reader The answer: Yes! Here’s the deal. Off the top Questrade is…

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Ultimate Smith Manoeuvre Guide Canada

Smith Manoeuvre

Canada’s Smith Manoeuvre and how to turn your mortgage into a tax deductible loan (like an American mortgage!) was one the first topics that I ever wrote about here on Million Dollar Journey back in 2007! My Smith Manoeuvre portfolio is still going strong, and I don’t anticipate making changes any time soon. Indeed, with interest…

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45 Best ETFs in Canada For 2022

best canadian etf

I’ve been writing about the best ETFs in Canada since 2006, including my favourite Canadian Dividend ETFs, and more recently the best Canadian all-in-one ETFs (sometimes called Portfolio ETFs). With ETFs getting more and more popular – and attracting more competition – we often get comments and emails asking us for a one-stop shop Ultimate…

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National Bank Direct Brokerage Review

National Bank Direct Brokerage Review

NBDB has made changes over the last two years to make their fee structure competitive among other discount brokers, and have now dropped their commission fees altogether for those trading on their online platform. It seems as though they have taken customer feedback to heart and made improvements to make those customers want to stay…

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Best All-in-One ETFs in Canada 2022

All In One Etf Comparison

We got so many questions about the easiest possible way to diversify investments when we wrote about the Best ETFs in Canada, that we decided to focus exclusively on the Best All In One ETFs Canada had to offer. When it comes to Canada’s All In One ETFs for 2022, it’s a battle of Vanguard…

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TD Direct Investing Review 2022

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The TD Direct Investing online discount brokerage is amongst the most popular of Canada’s online discount brokerages. TD has consistently been on the forefront over the last decade as investors have moved away from expensive “full service brokers”, to the much cheaper discount broker model that we see today.  As one of Canada’s largest companies…

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BMO Investorline Review (2022 Update + Exclusive Promo)

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Is BMO Investorline Safe and Trusted? As one of Canada’s oldest and most trusted companies (founded in 1817) the Bank of Montreal – more commonly known by its BMO initials – or “Bee-Mo” to Canadians – it should be no surprise that the Investorline Self-Directed discount broker is at the forefront of Canadian brokerage options. …

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The RESP Strategy

Resp Strategy

An RESP, or Registered Education Savings Plan, is a tax-deferred investment account designed to help pay for a child’s education. RESPs are eligible for government grants (re: Free Money) of up to $7,200 and are a great way to help minimize a young adult’s student loan debt. In this post, we’ll fill you in on…

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How To Track Your Net Worth

how to track net worth

This post was originally published in early 2009, but brought to the forefront as I believe it’s one of the more important strategies for growing wealth. For those of you who have been following my journey, you’ve probably noticed that I’m a big believer in tracking and managing progress to help achieve desired goals.  I…

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When to Buy Dividend Stocks

best time to buy stocks

I wrote my original thoughts on when to buy dividend stocks roughly a decade ago – and with my best dividend stocks in Canada article one of the most popular on the site, I thought it was the perfect time for an update. Dividend investing can mean a couple things. It could include investing for…

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Top Premium Cash Back Credit Cards in Canada

Premium Cash Back Credit Cards

A premium cashback credit card with an annual fee is a great way to maximize your cashback rewards – especially if you make most of your purchases on credit cards.  The best paid cashback credit cards in Canada feature high earn rates and some truly excellent perks – significantly better than Canada’s best no-fee credit…

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How Do I Maximize RESP Withdrawals?

How Do I Maximize Resp Withdrawals

With my oldest child turning 11 this year, my mindset and strategy for our family RESP is starting to shift from accumulation and growth to a more balanced portfolio. This has many similarities to retirement planning but on a smaller scale. In your younger years, there is a focus on growth, but as retirement approaches,…

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Should I buy Whole Life Insurance for my Children?

Whole Life Insurance For My Children

A reader, Arlene, recently asked a question in my article “investing on behalf of kids” about obtaining “Whole Life Insurance” for their young children.  A financial planner suggested that obtaining permanent insurance for their children is a good idea to invest in their future. Here is the question: Hello! A financial planner thinks it’s a good idea…

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The Best No-Fee Cashback Credit Cards in Canada

Free Cash Back Credit Cards In Canada

If you’re not using the best free cashback credit cards in Canada, then you’re leaving free money on the table!  We launched this no-fee cashback credit card list in 2007 and we update it regularly, so you always know which no-fee cashback cards to consider. You’ll find our best free cashback credit cards in Canada…

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Investing in Canadian Bank Stocks 2022

Investing In Canadian Bank Stocks

Investing in Canadian bank stocks for 2022 is quickly becoming a dominant theme across our MDJ virtual writers room – and indeed, many of the evidence-based Canadian dividend writers that we follow  As we look forward to what 2022 has in store for our favorite Canadian bank stocks, one theme looks to be dominant: inflation.…

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Simple Low Cost Diversified Index ETF Portfolios 2021

Low Cost Etfs

We’ve been writing about low-cost ETFs in Canadian index portfolios since 2008. Below is our 2022 update. Unless you have been living under a rock (which we would actually understand considering the times we are in), you have definitely heard of diversified indexing. Diversified indexing is a popular investment strategy for a lot of reasons.…

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Financial Freedom Update Nov 2021 – Big Dividend Raises Edition

financial update nov 2021

Welcome to the Million Dollar Journey November 2021 Financial Freedom Update – Big Dividend Raises Edition! If you would like to follow my whole financial journey, you can get my updates sent directly to your email, via Twitter and/or Facebook. For those of you new here, since achieving $1M in net worth in June 2014 (age 35), I have shifted my focus to achieving financial…

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The Best Low Cost Ways to Convert CAD to USD

convert cad to usd

Updated November 2021 to provide additional information in regards to converting large amount of CAD to USD using Currency Brokerages/Money Transfer Comparison Back in late 2014, we wrote about how great it was to be holding US Dollars (USD) due to the declining Canadian dollar (CAD).  At the time of that post, it cost $1.13CAD…

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Scotia iTrade Online Brokerage Review

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Scotia iTrade launched in 2008, after Scotiabank purchased E*Trade Canada. This was a smart move, immediately bringing in twice as many online customers to its client base. Scotia iTrade made a name for itself in the active day trader community because of its discounted flat rate commissions of CAD $1.25 – $9.99 depending on number…

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Ultimate Options Trading Guide in Canada 2022

Options Trading

As calls and puts have become more popular over the last two years, we’ve been getting more and more emails from Canadians asking if options investing is right for them, and what the best options trading platform in Canada is. Note that if you plan to do more than simply trade options on your DIY…

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Ways to Maximize the Canada Child Benefit (CCB)

maximize child benefits

After filing my income tax return in mid-April (yes, I tend to procrastinate), I noticed on the bottom of the screen the amount that we will receive for the Canada Child Benefit. While we’ve been receiving this benefit since the Trudeau administration has been in power (2016), what really got me thinking is that we’ll…

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Top No Fee Rewards Credit Cards in Canada

best free rewards cards canada

I’ve written about the top free cash back credit cards in Canada before, and even modified my top pick to be Neo Financial in 2021, which is also the overall best credit card in Canada in my opinion. However, there are an abundance of other rewards based credit cards out there that deserve a look.…

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How To Pay Off Your Mortgage In 3 Years

Mortgage Free

In the October 2010 net worth update, I briefly mentioned that I was planning on paying of the mortgage balance this month and I’m happy to say that we officially became mortgage free in 2010! As this is a significant milestone in any financial journey, I thought that it deserved a post all on its…

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Best Canadian Dollar (CAD) ETFs for U.S Equities

us equity etf

A reader recently emailed me about my thoughts on the best US Dollar USD ETFs vs CAD ETFs when it comes to getting portfolio exposure to the American market. You may already know that I’m a fan of index investing using the best ETFs available.  Whether that’s all-in-one ETFs, Canadian dividend ETFs, or in this…

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BMO SmartFolio Review 2022

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I’m a huge fan of robo advisors, and BMO’s robo advisor: SmartFolio is no exception to that. If you’re not familiar with robo advisors the basic idea is that you will determine your overall risk tolerance, and that BMO will set you up with an automated portfolio using big broad index funds that spread your…

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How to Become a Millionaire in Canada

canadian millionaire money

If you’re reading this website you’re probably interested in a Canadian perspective on how to become a millionaire. Most people like to imagine their lives with more money, but things often get a little cloudier when it comes to the “how”. As I’ve been writing about on this site for a couple decades now, there…

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Financial Freedom Update Sept 2021 – Market Highs Edition

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Welcome to the Million Dollar Journey September 2021 Financial Freedom Update – Market Highs Edition! If you would like to follow my whole financial journey, you can get my updates sent directly to your email, via Twitter and/or Facebook. For those of you new here, since achieving $1M in net worth in June 2014 (age 35), I have shifted my focus to achieving financial independence.…

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25 Ways to Save Money in Canada

How To Save Money

Editor’s Note: This article was originally written by FT back in 2017. Due to its popularity, we have asked FT to update it for 2022 with more relevant advice. As always, we encourage you to comment below and tell us how you save money in your day to day life. Out of all the strategies…

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Have I Given Up on the Smith Manoeuvre?

Smith Manoeuvre

Out of many investing topics written about on Million Dollar Journey, the Smith Manoeuvre was one of the first and among the most popular investment strategies discussed. What is the Smith Manoeuvre? But, what is the Smith Manoeuvre and why is it so popular? This investment strategy was named after Frasier Smith, a financial advisor who…

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Dividend Stocks Rock Review 2022

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Investing on your own is not an easy task.  From mutual funds to robo advisors and individual stocks, there are a wide range of strategies, information services and trading platforms to choose from.  It can quickly become overwhelming.  This is where the simplicity of dividend investing really shines. I started investing in mutual funds when…

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Canadian Undervalued Stocks

undervalued stocks

As many of you know, I use the dividend investing strategy for the Canadian portion of my portfolio.  To summarize the strategy, I essentially own the largest dividend paying companies that have a history of annually increasing their dividend.  I started building my dividend portfolio many moons ago (around 2008), and it has grown to…

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Top Blue Chip Stocks in Canada for 2022

Blue Chip Stocks

One of the main investment strategies that I have used on my way to financial freedom is dividend investing.  In this strategy, I buy companies that have a history of paying dividends, but more importantly dividend increases.  In order for a company to pay a steady, sustainable growing dividend, they need to have a strong…

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Financial Freedom Update (Q4) 2020 – Volatile Stock Market Edition ($61,850 in Dividend Income)!

Financial Freedom Update (q4) 2020

Welcome to the Million Dollar Journey 2020 (Q4) Financial Freedom Update – Volatile Market Edition!  If you would like to follow my latest financial journey, you can get my updates sent directly to your email, via Twitter and/or Facebook. For those of you new here, since achieving $1M in net worth in June 2014 (age 35), I have shifted my focus to…

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Early Retirement – Dividend Taxes in Canada

Dividend Taxes In Canada

Ever wonder what it would be like to live off passive income? Spending your day doing whatever you want and working on passion projects because of interest rather than putting bread on the table.  What about doing this well before you turn 65? What about financial freedom in your 40’s or even 30’s? I’m here…

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The Pros and Cons of the New Aeroplan

The Pros and Cons of the New Aeroplan

The new Aeroplan was just announced and there were a lot of changes. This wasn’t a minor refresh, it’s a complete redesign that will benefit most people, but there’s no denying that some travellers will be disappointed. To give you some context, Air Canada was going to cut ties with Aeroplan (owned by Aimia at…

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Financial Freedom Update (Q3) 2020 – New Market High Edition ($61,050 in Dividend Income)!

Welcome to the Million Dollar Journey 2020 (Q3) Financial Freedom Update – New Market High Edition!  If you would like to follow my latest financial journey, you can get my updates sent directly to your email, via Twitter or Facebook, and/or you can sign up for the monthly Million Dollar Journey Newsletter. For those of you new here, since achieving $1M…

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Calculating Your Adjusted Cost Base (ACB)

Calculating Your Adjusted Cost Base

If you’ve invested in a non-registered portfolio you’ve likely come across the tax-preparation question: How to calculate your adjusted cost base (ACB).  It’s certainly a pain in the portfolio, and can be tedious and complicated at times. But it’s a necessary ‘evil’. You need to know your ACB in order to calculate the capital gain…

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The Hot Potato Investing Strategy

Hot Potato Investing

If you’ve been following this blog for a while, you’ll know that most of my wealth is in the stock market for the long-term. While there are many short term stock trading strategies, many of these strategies just don’t work out for regular investors. In fact, the initial losses often turn beginner investors away from…

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Financial Freedom Update (Q2) 2020 – V-Shape Recovery Edition ($60,550 in Dividend Income)!

Welcome to the Million Dollar Journey 2020 (Q2) Financial Freedom Update – the V-Shape Recovery Edition!  If you would like to follow my latest financial journey, you can get my updates sent directly to your email, via Twitter or Facebook, and/or you can sign up for the monthly Million Dollar Journey Newsletter. For those of you new here, since achieving $1M…

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How Flow Through Shares Work

How Flow Through Shares Work

One of the more interesting Canadian-specific investment tax strategies available is flow through shares.  I’ve written several articles over the years on how flow through shares work, what they are, their associated advantages.  As I began to update my knowledge on these unique investment tools, I decided to combine the piecemeal articles that I had…

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Investing Taxes: Dividends, Interest & Capital Gains

Canadian Investing Taxes

Are you curious about how investing taxes are calculated on dividends, interest, and capital gains across the various accounts in your portfolio?  I am by no means a tax expert, but I do have enough knowledge to give general guidelines on how you can figure out your own investing taxes and prioritize your subsequent investments.…

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My Favorite Free Personal Finance Apps

Free Personal Finance Apps

I reader recently asked me a question that I’ve never considered writing about before – “FT, what apps do you use?” At first, it threw me off guard as it’s almost a personal question in a strange kind of way. But I can see how some may be curious on what apps a money-centric blogger…

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Financial Freedom Update (Q1) 2020 – Bear Market Edition ($59,500 in Dividend Income)!

q1 2020 dividend income update

Welcome to the Million Dollar Journey 2020 (Q1) Financial Freedom Update – the Bear Market Edition!  If you would like to follow my latest financial journey, you can get my updates sent directly to your email, via Twitter or Facebook, and/or you can sign up for the monthly Million Dollar Journey Newsletter. For those of you new here, since achieving $1M…

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Financial Freedom Update (Q4) – 2019 Year End Update ($55,200 in Dividend Income)!

Financial Freedom Update December 2019

Welcome to the Million Dollar Journey 2019 (Q4) Year-End Financial Freedom Update. If you would like to follow my latest financial journey, you can get my updates sent directly to your email, via Twitter or Facebook, and/or you can sign up for the monthly Million Dollar Journey Newsletter. For those of you new here, since achieving $1M in net worth in June…

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Running out of HELOC Space with the Smith Manoeuvre

Running Out Of Heloc Space

If you’ve been following the blog for a while, you may have heard about the Smith Manoeuvre. At a high level, it’s a long-term investment strategy for investors with high risk tolerance.  Essentially, it’s where an investor borrows against his home (using a HELOC) to invest in the stock market, business, and/or real estate.  The plan…

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Financial Freedom Update (Q3) – September 2019 – Reaching the Cross Over Point ($53,400 in Dividend Income)!

Welcome to the Million Dollar Journey September 2019 (Q3) Financial Freedom Update – the third update of 2019!  If you would like to follow my latest financial journey, you can get my updates sent directly to your email, via Twitter or Facebook, and/or you can sign up for the monthly Million Dollar Journey Newsletter. For those of you new here, since achieving…

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Income Splitting Tax Strategy – Spousal Investment Loan

Income Splitting Tax Strategy

A couple of years ago, I wrote about income splitting strategies to help reduce family taxes in the scenario that one spouse makes significantly more income than the other.  Strategies such as: Contributing to the lower-income spouses TFSA (no attribution rules for TFSA contributions); Maintaining separate bank accounts where the higher income spouse pays for…

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Can You Have Too Much RRSP?

Since I’ve written about how much you need to save to reach $1M in your RRSP starting in your 30’s, 40’s, and 50’s, I’ve been getting questions from readers who have significant RRSP contributions.  More specifically, can you have too much in an RRSP? I haven’t been able to find any good articles online that…

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Financial Freedom Update (Q2) – June 2019 ($50,660 in Dividend Income)!

Welcome to the Million Dollar Journey June 2019 (Q2) Financial Freedom Update – the second update of 2019!  If you would like to follow my latest financial journey, you can get my updates sent directly to your email, via Twitter or Facebook, and/or you can sign up for the monthly Million Dollar Journey Newsletter. For those of you new here, since achieving…

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What Happens to your RRSP and TFSA after you Die?

what happens to your RRSP and TFSA when you die

Last week, I wrote about the most efficient way to withdraw from your accounts during retirement.  Within the article, I mentioned that while the general rule of thumb is to keep your RRSP as long as possible, there are some situations where drawing down on your RRSP first makes the most sense. This is particularly…

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Maxed out RRSP and TFSA – Now What?

maxed out rrsp and tfsa now what

I received an email from a reader with a bright financial future. She has both her RRSP and TFSA maxed out and wondering what to do next. First of all, thank you for sharing your wisdom and financial journey. I love reading your blog and I learn so much from it! I was wondering if…

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Financial Freedom Update (Q1) – March 2019 ($48,200 in Dividend Income)!

Welcome to the Million Dollar Journey March 2019 (Q1) Financial Freedom Update – the first update of 2019!  If you would like to follow my latest financial journey, you can get my updates sent directly to your email, via Twitter or Facebook, and/or you can sign up for the monthly Million Dollar Journey Newsletter. For those of you new here, since achieving…

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Vanguard VEQT All-in-One 100% Equity Portfolio ETF

In recent weeks, I’ve been writing about how it’s getting easier and cheaper to build a solid globally diversified portfolio using all-in-one ETFs. For example, if you have long time frame until retirement, rather than buying multiple ETFs/mutual funds for equities and bonds, or a balanced fund that charges 2%, you can now buy a…

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Vanguard vs. iShares All-in-One ETFs

vanguard vs ishares all in one ETF

Many of you know how much I appreciate and recommend the Vanguard all-in-one ETFs.  What I like most about them is that in a single ETF, it provides investors with a complete globally indexed portfolio that will automatically rebalance to maintain the set ratio of equity/bonds.  All for a very low management expense ratio (MER)…

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Net Worth Update January 2019 – Nobleea the Engineer and Millionaire!

Name: Nobleea Age: 40 Net Worth: $1,049,416 Day Job: Engineering manager at oilfield services company, Teacher (wife) Family Income: $140,000 (main job), $20,000 (part-time job/rental income), $85,000 (wife main job) Goals: Million dollar family net worth before 40 (Complete), Retirement from the primary job at 50 (for me) We live in Edmonton where incomes are…

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Financial Freedom Update (Q4) – December 2018 – Did we Reach our Goal?

MDJ Financial freedom update december 2018

Welcome to the Million Dollar Journey December 2018 Financial Freedom Update – the final update for 2018!  If you would like to follow my latest financial journey, you can get my updates sent directly to your email, via Twitter or Facebook, and/or you can sign up for the monthly Million Dollar Journey Newsletter. For those of you new here, since achieving $1M…

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Top 10 Wealthiest Canadians (2020 Edition)

This post was originaly written in 2009 (yes 2009!) and I thought it would be interesting to see how and if things have changed over the past decade.  Do the rich continue to get richer?  Are there new editions to the list of super wealthy Canadians? We’re constantly inundated with news about Jeff Bezos, Bill…

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