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Borrowing to make an RRSP contribution

Region: Ontario Answer # 268

You can usually borrow money from a bank or a lending institution to contribute to your RRSP. If you do not have enough money available to make an RRSP contribution, it is probably worthwhile to borrow the money. If you use your tax refund to pay off some of the loan, you can reduce the amount of interest you will have to pay. The money you will save in income tax and the return on your RRSP investment will probably be more than the amount of interest you will have to pay for the loan. Although it will cost money to take out a loan, over the long-term you will earn income and build up retirement savings and this will outweigh the immediate expense of the loan.

How to decide whether to borrow

The decision about whether to borrow should be based on a calculation of several factors related to your particular situation. These factors will include how much income you earn each year, the amount of tax you pay each year, and the amount of interest you will have to pay on the loan.

Getting Retirement Planning Help

Achieving financial security for your retirement can seem overwhelming. Getting expert advice will put you on the right path for your financial goals. Empire Life can help you with your investment needs, from saving for a vacation to saving for retirement. Contact an Empire Life advisor for a personalized investment solution to meet your unique financial goals.

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