Harvest CEO Discusses Retirement Income Solutions

Published by Harvest ETFs (Managed by Harvest Portfolios Group Inc.) Michael Kovacs President & Chief Executive Officer Harvest Portfolios Group 1. How Do Harvest ETFs Provide For Retirement Income Needs? 2. How Do Retirees Generate Income In A Low Interest Rate...

How To Stretch Your Investments For A Longer Retirement

Published by Harvest ETFs (Managed by Harvest Portfolios Group Inc.) Should you shift your investment strategies post-retirement? The saving and investing strategy you use to accumulate money during your working life is different from the one you use to manage your...

Explaining RRIF Calculations

Registered Retirement Income Fund (RRIF) payments are calculated based on either your age or the age of your spouse or common-law partner. To maximize the tax-deferral opportunities of your RRIF, you should calculate your annual RRIF payments based on the age of the...

Will my savings last through retirement?

When determining how long into retirement your savings will last, portfolio returns are certainly a factor, and the higher the return the better, obviously. But the order or “sequence” of returns will also impact your savings’ longevity. Returns change over...

Considerations for Canadians with properties in the U.S.

Harvest ETF U Series are ETFs that trade in US dollar units but are listed on the Canadian TSX exchange.  They have a U. prefix after the ticker simple, for example: HBF.U.   This means that Canadian investors with US property can benefit from a reduced currency...

Dividend growth can power your returns

There’s more to dividends than the current yield. While current yield tells you what you will receive this quarter, a closer look at the company’s dividend history and its business tells you what you might expect well into the future. Dividends show...

TFSA Contribution Limit for 2020

Introduced in 2009, the Tax Free Savings Account (TFSA) enable Canadians who are 18 years of age or older to save and invest money tax-free during their lifetime – either for retirement or for any other purpose. Contributions to a TFSA are not deductible for income...